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CAMPBELL 

COLLECTION 



HEBREW-ENGLISH 
LEXICON 

CONTAINING 

ALL THE HEBREW AND CIIALDEE WORDS IN THE 

OLD TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES, WITH THEIR 

MEANINGS IN ENGLISH. 




Malta; terrioolis liiijjiiso, coeleslibus una. 



LONDON 
SAMUEL BAGSTER AND SONS, LIMITED 

NEW YORK : JAMES POTT & CO. 

1898 



P R E F A C B. 

The best modern authorities have been consulted in 
the preparation of the present work ; and we have endea- 
voured to give the results of their researches in as con- 
densed and convenient a form for reference as possible. 

The arrangement is that of Leopold's " Lexicon 
Manuale," which is itself taken altogether from the 
larger lexicons of Gesenius and Winer. 

The valuable analytical Index which Leopold, from 
the same authorities, prints separately as an appendix, 
we have incorporated with the lexicon itself, in alpha- 
betical order ; thus making, it is hoped, a useful ad- 
dition to his already copious collection of references. 

To economise the student's time as far as possible, 
the meaning in English accompanies the reference 
wherever it has been found practicable to express it by a 
single word ; in the hope of combining, m some degree, 
the advantages of the alphabetical with those of the 
radical arrangement, upon which the lexicon of Leopold 
is formed. 

AJ1 fictitious roots have been discarded : i. e. words 



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occurring in no language, but which ought to be the 
roots whence certain Hebrew nouns have been derived, 
according to the analogy of the Hebrew grammar. 

We are well aware of the advantage which these 
invented words afford to the arrangement under roots ; 
but it is obvious, nevertheless, that nothing of this nature 
can compensate for the evil which arises from the pre- 
sentation of a falsity to the mind of a beginner. The 
only words not occurring in the Bible which will be 
found in this lexicon are roots from the cognate 
languages, bearing a fair similarity of meaning to the 
Hebrew compounds which are ai'ranged with them. In 

the manv cases in which no such resemblance is to be 

j 

found, the simplest form of the Hebrew compound has 
been printed in the larger character by which radical 
words are denoted. 

The proper names are arranged as Leopold has given 
them, under the roots whence, according to the analogy 
of the Hebrew grammar, they would appear to be de- 
rived. This, however, is merely for the convenience of 
finding them in the lexicon. The derivations which he 
has added have been all but invariably discarded. A 
high authority in Hebrew lexicography having ques- 
tioned the necessity, or even propriety, of inserting the 
proper names in the lexicon at all, it is right to explain 
that they have been retained in order to relieve the be- 
ginner in Hebrew from the necessity of resorting to the 
very expedient whereby that author proposes to dispense 
with them, namely, by referring him to an approved 
version. The compiler of the present work has found 



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a frequent appeal to translations to interfere so fatally 
with his own progress in the acquisition of a language, 
that he has felt it his duty to bestow much care and 
pains upon them, making many additions to Leopold, so 
as to put the student in possession of the whole of the 
proper names that occur in the Hebrew Bible, even 
though in so many instances no better account of them 
can be given, than that they are names of persons or 
places. 

As to the meanings (which form of course the really 
important part of the work), but very little use has been 
made of the Latin renderings of Leopold, which are only 
of any value when they repeat those of the authors upon 
whose labours his lexicon is founded. Leopold's au- 
thorities themselves, as well as others, to whose works 
he had probably no access, have been consulted upon 
every word. The concordances of Noldius and Fiirst 
have also been appealed to in all cases of difficulty 
arising from variations of opinion among the authorities 
consulted ; and thus from the passages themselves it has 
been endeavoured to form a judgment of the words 
which best expressed the sense of the sacred text. For 
this purpose, the racy idiomatic English of Professor 
Lee's renderings has been freely taken advantage of; 
this obligation to him is thankfully acknowledged. 

The lexicon is specially designed to put into the 
hands of the English student, in a compressed and com- 
pendious form, the contributions of modern philology to 
the interpretation of the Hebrew Scriptures. There 
are many words the meaning of which the researches of 



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the learned have not succeeded hitherto in elucidating. 
In such cases it has been deemed the best course to give 
the rendering in the Authorised English Version only. 
The speculations which may have been indulged in by 
interpreters, ancient or modern, as to their meaning, are 
of little value in themselves, while to the beginner they 
are worse than worthless ; they are moreover known 
to the proficient, and the student will readily find them 
in the larger lexicons. We give a single instance. The 
word "Hl^N Gen. 41 :43 is rendered by our translators 
" bow the knee," assuming it to be an anomalous Hiphil 
form of the denominative from "=02 " knee." This, 
though somewhat forced, is at any rate more feasible 
than the modern interpretation, which, assuming with 
considerable probability that it is an Egyptian word or 
phrase, declares that it is equivalent to AnepeK, which 
is to be translated "bow the head." Such however is 
by no means the case The general meaning of the word 
AFI6 or A<J>e is " thsj top or summit of a thing." It 
does not appear to be used of the head at all in the Coptic 
Bible, but rather of the crown or scalp. The Egyptian 
word for the head as a member of the body, is ;vco. 
The word peK means " to bow," but the construction 
of the supposed phrase is altogether foreign to the idiom 
of the language. Nor does it appear in any degree pro- 
bable from the remains of it, which are very copious, that 
AnepeK or AnepeK would be a more intelligible 
direction to an Egyptian to bow the head than "crown 
bow" would be to an Englishman. The phrase repeatedly 
occurs in the Coptic Bible, and is written peKXCO. It 



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is to be regretted that biblical difficulties are too often 
dealt witn in this loose unsatisfactory manner. 

In the English meanings throughout, it has been 
endeavoured to counteract the blasphemous attempt of 
one of the great modern schools of sacred hermeneutics 
to vulgarise and debase the word of God by quaint and 
burlesque interpretations. On the other hand, it has been 
deemed expedient to avoid the equally fallacious prin- 
ciple of another class of interpreters, who elevate into 
authoritative glosses the renderings of writers confessedly 
ignorant of Hebrew, for no better reason than that 
they wrote some twelve or fifteen centuries ago. 

We have striven to give the student the benefit of 
the labours of both schools, without leading him into the 
eiTors of either. 

It is only needful further to explain that wherever a 
word or meaning is accompanied by one, or in some 
instances by two references, it is denoted that such word 
or meaning occurs in those places only in the Hebrew 
Bible. 



ABBREVIATIONS OF GRAMMATICAL TERMS 
USED IN THE LEXICON. 



m. masculine 

f. feminine. 

s. substantive. 

pa particle. 

part, participle. 

denom. denominative; that 
is, a verb derived imme- 
diately from a noun {de 
nomine). 

patron. patronymic: a pro- 
per name derived from 
that of the father of the 
individual. 

aing. singular 



pi. plural. 
Niph. Niphal form of verb. 
Hiph. Hiphil „ >> 

Hith. Hithpael ;. 

Pi. Piel „ „ 

Pu. Pual „ n 

Po. Poel or Polel „ 
Hoth. Hothpael „ 

Ith. Ithpael „ „ 

imp. imperative mood, 
const, construct state ol 

noun. 
emph. emphatic state ot 

noun. 



LEXICON. 



2K 

3K m. (const. 'OK and IK, Gen. 17:4, 
' 5; with suff. bK, MK, D3»1K; 

' • T • • T V " ~S 

pl.Tl'llK). — I. a father. — II. a pro- 
genitor, ancestor; used generally 
for any senior male relative. — III. 
an originator, inventor, G en . 1 : 2 1 1 
&c. — IV. a head, chief, or ruler ; 
applied to kings, prophets, priests, 
&c; n'jnB^ 3N a father, that 
is, a counsellor to Pharaoh, Gen. 
45:8. 
3K m. Ch. (with suff. '2X, fDK, 
♦il-llS, pi. IH3S), a /a*/ier. 

tlllX not used. 

2X m., greenness, freshness, D^K 

green herbs. 
3X m., Ch./rut*; n33X for P12N, Aw 

2 S 1K m. — I. a green ear of corn, Lev. 
2:14. — II. shooting into the ear; 
spoken of barley, Ex.9: 31. Hence 
MKH enh tfo? month Abib, the 

• T T 

name of the month in which the 
barley shoots into ear, correspond- 
ing partly with our March, partly 
with April, otherwise called jD* 1 }. 
Nl"l!QN p.n., one of the chamberlains 
of King Ahasuerus, Est. 1:10. 



ma 

*QK (inf. "13K, YlK, fut. 1360 and 
11&0). — I. strayed, lost. — II. was 
ruined, perished (const, with ? or 
|p); part.*13K one about to perish, 
a wretch; Pi. *I3K, and Hiph. 
1*3Kn made to stray, dispersed, 
laid waste, ruined, destroyed. 

*13K Ch. (fut. 13^), perished; Aph. 
13'in destroyed ; Hoph. 12-1 H wot 
destroyed. 

13S m., perishing, ruin. 

n*l2^ f., something lost, the grave ; 
see following word. 

P^K extermination, destruction, the 
grave, the place where the body 
decays after death, opposed to 
?1K£> the place of the soul after 
death, Pro. 15:11, &c. ; see the 
word. 

SflfK, *H3«} for *naft»$}, Pi. fut. 
with suff. 

jinS m., extermination, ruin, Est. 9: 

5: H2^ the same, Est. 8: 6. 
• t : t ' 

H]1K (fut. niK 1 '), in Kal ®nly, desir- 
ous, willing; const, mostly with 
the neg. k? and with or without 7. 
nn« m., a reed, rush ; H3N rfi*3K 
vessels made of reeds, Job 9:26. 



nK 



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^K 



N-UK for -13K pret. pi. 

|V3&jl m., wishing, desiring; hence, 

destitute, poor, miserable. 
iWIlK f., desire, Eccl. 12:5. 

**QN» (lit. misery), alas! Pro. 23: 29. 
B>htffut.; see ^12- 

PftN> nffttt f. ; :nn nniK, the 

resting, descent of the sword ; ac- 
cording to others, the threatening 
of the sword, or, the drawn sword. 
Ezek. 21:20. 
DWSQK m. pi., melons, Nu. 11:5; see 

' rim 

*3K for WIN Hiph. fut. 1 pers. ; see 

T K12, 1 Ki. 21:29; Mic. 1:15. 
■•I1K {my father), p. n., the mother of 
King Hezekiah, 2 Kings 18:2. 

H^l'S for n^lKN Hiph. fut. 1. pers.; 
T see inX- 

?W2& {the divine Father), p.n. — I. the 
grandfather of Saul, 1 Sa. 9: 1. — 
II. one of David's generals. 

?|pK'OK, P)D^$ {father of gathering, 
collector), p.n., one of the Korahites. 

^n^.^nX {she whose father re- 
joiceth, or, the dancer), p.n. — I. 
the wife of Nahal, afterwards of 

David II. the sister of David, 

1 Chron. 2:16. 

jTltf {the father of judgment, the judge) 
p. n., one of the princes of Benja- 
min, Nu. 1:11, &c. 

•in*3tf, rVQX {he whose father is Jeho- 
vah), see DJ3K ; p.n.— I. of a man. 
— II. of a woman 

fcOrT'QS p. n., a son of Aaron. 

TllTlK {thefathei ofg/ory,irarpoK\oi; , 
p. n. of a man 

'VT2K {the father of artifices, he who 
is skilful), p.n. of a man. 



^tf^ (the same), p. n. of a woman. 

IML^n^ {father of goodness), p. n. of 
a man. 

'9*?? {father of dew, rigorous), p.n., 
a wife of David. 

D>3$ {the sailor), p. n. of a man ; the 
same as 3HJ1K, and probably an 
error of some transcriber. 

'$9'?? P- n. of a man. 

*JJ9*??' {father of a king), p. n. — I. 
a king of the Philistines, Gen. c. 20, 
perhaps the common name of the 
kings of that country. — II. name 
of a man, Jud. 8:31, &c. 
3*13*?? (father of willingness), p. n. of 
a man. 

D J^?? [father of pleasantness), p.n. of 
a man. 

"TO& "«?« {father of light), p.n., one 
of Saul's generals. 

"W?? {father of help), p. n . of a man. 

flTpJPa^ m. {violator), p.n. of a man. 

T3K, Ta'N mighty; see 13 K. 

°T?? m - (father of pride, a proud one), 
p. n. of a man. 

a^lfc? f. p. n., one of David's concu- 
bines, 1 Kings 1:15, &c. 

JWB**5? (father of salvation), p. n. of a 
man. 

W*3? (father of song, singer), p. n. of 
a man, 1 Chron. 2 : 28. 

W?. ^1K (father of gifts, gerwous), 
p. n. of a man. 

DW»3K {father of peace), the grand- 
father of Abijam king of Judah, 
1 Kings 15:2. 

*U?t?? (a father of excellence, he who 
excels), Abiathar, the son of Ahi- 
melech, a high priest in David's 
time, 1 Sa. 22 : 20. 



"pN 



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*2K 



D& Hith. only. «?«)}* "they swell 
with a rolling motion like volumes 
of smoke," Isa. 9:17. 

I. 7^^ (pxth2#?),mourned,lamented; 
const, with 7$J; Hiph.?*5$D made 
or caused to mourn; Hith. P2^nn 
grieved, betook himself to mourn ; 
const, with 7tf or ?V_- 

fc}K m. (const. 1 ?^, -?n^ ; pi. D^Dg), 
riTOX f- mourning; ?5S m. (with 
suff."^2^)the same, grief, howling. 

3?!VP '3^ (^ e mourning of Egypt), 
p.n., a place beyond Jordan, where 
the children of Israel mourned for 
their father when they carried him 
forth to his burial, Gen. 50: 11. 

!I. /J^ not used (Arab, fresh, green, 
gi'oss). 
/2X a grassy place, field; hence the 
following names of places. — I. '&$ 
nP'niin the gi'eater Abel, a district 
of the Philistines, 1 Sa.6: 18.— II. 
rD3Jp-n*3 'X a large city in the 
land of the tribe ofManasseh, called 
0*» 'K, 2 Chron. 16:4.-111. 'K 
D^^n a place inthe land of Moab. 
—IV. DW3 K a village of the 
Ammonites. — V.nTltlD 'Xavillage 
in the land of Issachar; hence the 
appellation ^Twh'Q; see the word. 

II. /3N adv., certainly, but, indeed. 

?na, ?n-ik ; see ?n>. 

QN f., I. a stone, rock (pi. D*J3K, 
'\31K); J5*6 Ktea stone; T J2K 
i sftme which may be thrown with 
the hand; TI3 'X (71^13 D^3K) 

tt v : • T . 

ftaiJ stones. — II. precious stones, 
jewels; £^""03$ shining stones. 



— III. a weight; |550 |2K ditxj/s 
weights. — IV. a plummet. 

"ITV 15^? (stone of help), p. n. of a 
place, 1 Sa. 7:12. 

?TXH J5&> (sfrme o/ departure), p. n. of 
a place. 
J5&? f- Ch. emph. state t02$; a stone. 
|3& m., dual tS?21M.— L "potter's 
wheel," Jer. 18:3. — II. «upon the 
stools," Ex. 1 : 16; Eng. Ver. The 
true meaning is uncertain. 

HUtf p. n., a river of Damascus, 2 Ki. 
5:12. 

tmtf see tm- 

131X p. n. of a man ; see "O^*?* 

D3^, part.D-UX fattened. 
D-"DKm. (pi. D^D-IIltf) a crib or stall in 
which animals are fed; D-*Qfc*.E> m., 
barn, granary, Jer. 50:26. 

ntyajDK ulcers; see Jtt2. 

f*5??P- n - of a city in the tribe of Issachar. 

1^2^ (^ e ^ i s shining, famous), p. n., 
a judge of Israel. 

p3N m., fine dust, powder ; Hplfc?, f., 
by\1 T\\)2tf> aromatic dust, powdered 
perfume; « powder of the mer- 
chant," Cant. 3: 6, Eng. Ver.; plW 
Niph. wrestled (because the ancient 
wrestlers covered their bodies with 
dust before they began to wrestle). 

1-iSjs Kal, not used, was strong; Hiph. 

^2^T\ flew, soared. 
12$, m., quill, wing-feather. 
miX f., the same. 
TOK, *^?K m. — I. mighty (an epithet 

of God). — II. strong, valiant, noble; 

DH'QN*. strong bulls, or horses ; 

D*Jpn "V3K the prince of the 

shepherds. 



"OK 



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D1K 



D"Ulfc (exalted father), p. n., Abram; 

On"QX {father of a multitude), 

p. n., the patriarch Abraham. 
SfllK Gen. 41:43, w bow the knee," 

Eng. Ver. The true meaning is 

uncertain. 
njDTQK Pi. fut. with suff.; see "pi- 
^2Sp.'n, see ^*n«. 
D vKQK {father of peace), p. n., Ab- 

salom, the son of David. 
fr^ON {fugitive), p. n. of a man. 
♦flSfcOK Hith.pret. l.pers. for *rfc«}n ; 

see b&O- 
j3N p.n., a king of the Amalekites. 
"03i$ Agagite, a title of Haman, Est. 
T 3:1. 

l«jN not used (Ch. and Arab. fcownd in 
a mass). 

rnjfcs f. — I. a bunch or bundle {of hys- 
sop) II. a band or /w% o/ mew; 

ilTnStf his church, people, Am. 9:6. 
— III. knots, bindings, Isa. 58 : 6. 

Tu«N m., a nut, Cant. 6:11. 

"1-1 JK {companion), p. n. of a woman. 

mi JK wages; see *"0K. 

7J^\ not used (Arab, gathered together, 
collected). 
blX m., ^E ^ drops of dew, Job 
' 38:28. 
D vJK {two fountains), p. n., a village 
of the Moabites, Isa. 15:8. 

UJCs not used (Arab, was hot). 

DJX Ch., was stagnant (of water); see 

DJK m. (pl.D^N, '•£(«).— I. a pool, 

pond, marsh. — II. flags, reeds. 
D3X m., sorrowful. 

fiDJtt in. — I. a reed, rush. — II. a rope 
of rushes 111. a cauldron, kettle, 



Job 41: 12, this is however doubt- 
ful. See Lee in loco. 

P&J (Arab, a bason) ; ||N m., nj|K f, 
(pi. ni3JlX), a bason or bowl. 

PJJKor^X m ., pi. WQM hosts, ai-mies 
see S|j). 

iJS\ (fut. ""OfcOj, he laid up provision 
•TVIifc? f., a small coin; 6fto\6g, 1 Sa. 

2: 36; see ITU 
tn|K f. Ch. emph. state NJjn3K ; sam 

as the foUowing word. 

rn|N f. (pi. nnax), fetter, »&*. 

?P"i3S? a rf ^ or bason, Ezr. 1 : 9. 
PjillX fcfee^lsf; see PpJ. 
TX mis£, vapour; see T1K- 

^ Lv Kal,notused,Hiph./iefeftgms/ie<J, 
was fatigued; (1H&6 for nHXr6 
inf.). 

7^3TiSt {the finger of God), p.n. of a man 

rnia for rrnn$ Hith. fut. ; witni 

suff. DTHK ; "see mi- 
*n?L? {long-lived), p. n. of a man. 
*n^ p. n. of a man. 
f\lX, tflK Lord; see |*1£ 
DyTHN (tow hills), p. n., a city of 

Judah. 
D"Vn^l p. n. of a man. 
jWfc? Ch. adv., then; JHK3 at that very 

time; jl^K \D from that time. 
D|?HN Hiph. fut. with suff. for DJ3HK; 

see ppl- 
TW greaf; see TlK. 
HvlK {Jehovah's righteousness), p. n. of i 

a man. 

U*7K teas red, reddish brown; Pu.part. 

D^XD growing, turning red; Hiph. 

be red; Hith. grow red. 

n^\ r m.(const.D1_; withsuff.im,D?p , n ; 

V D^, W).— I. blood] ♦jMD'ij 



D1X 



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TIK 



innocent blood; ti^Dl K^K a man 
of bloods, i.e. cruel.— II. slaughter, 
murder; D1H ^KJI avenger of 
blood; til w ]*$ blood is not on 
him, i.e. he has done no murder ; 
DWH 1V3 a bloody house. — III. 
Q'QSy til blood of grapes, wine; 
see HOT 

DIN m., man (in general); D*1tt"?3 
all men: tilit a man, as distin- 

T T 

guished from a woman ; D*]K"f3 
mortal man. 
Dltf p.n. — I. Adam, the first man. — 

T T * 

II. a city on Jordan, Jos. 3:16. 
DIN, DHK m., n?3*1« f., red, reddish 

brown. 
D"IX {red), p.n., one of the names of 
Esau. 
, D1S p.n., the land of Edom ; '•tntf an 
Edomite. 
tilkt m., a ruby, or carnelion. 
Mti, ti^K) Kal fut.; see tiDI- 

iwy red, glowing. 

HDltf f. — 1. ground, soil; 'K DH&gwrc 
£o agriculture, lit. loving the ground. 
— II. /rwi/, produce. — III. region, 
country, the whole earth. — IV. p.n., 
a city of the tribe of Naphtali. 

HDHX p.n., one of the cities of the 
plain. 

mn# for n^nnx mth. fut. 1. pers. ; 

see HD1- 
D^HX p.n. of a place. 
'•Jflft'lK red haired, Trvppdtcrjg. 
*£n&< p. n., a city of the tribe of 

Naphtali. 
NJ"ID*1N (land), p. n. of a man. 

t"l$ m - (P 1 - 0^8)— I- the base of a 
column. — II. any foundation. 



]1£> P"^ P- n - °f a man. 

fflX m. (from pN, pi. DTftK), fro 

prietor, master, lord. 
*0*7K m., the Lord, exclusively applied 

'to God. 
PJ3 ''JIN! (lord of Bezek), p. n., a king 

of the Canaanites, Jud. 1:5. 
p"nf ^Tfc? (righteous lor d), p.n., Canaan- 

itish king of Jerusalem, Jos. 10:1. 
n*!n5?\ (the Lord is my Lord), p.n. of a m 
■in^TX p. n. of a man. 

T . -. r 

D 1^)1 X (the Lord confirmeth), p .n . of a m . 
D'Tp'lX (^ e Lord exalt eth), p. n. of a 
man, 1 Ki. 4:6. 

' ly c ^ oes not occur in Kal; Niph. 
part.TJSO, with Jod parag. '•"H^. 
it hath become glorious ; Hiph. (fut. 
"VH&O) he made glorious. 

"V^K great, powerful, glorious, ma- 
jestic. 

"VnX m., a prince 

*I1SI m.— I. a cloak; see THljA — II. 
amplitude, splendour. 

nil« f. (with suff. inilK). — I. a 
cloak; ")JJ^ 'X a Babylonish gar- 
ment ; "lyfe? 'tf a hair cloak. — II. 
magnificence. 

P*1T3"I*1^ Ch. pi., officers of the court 
at Babylon, Dan. 3:2,3, the nature 
of their office unknown. 
"H^p n. — I. a place in the tribe of 

Judah. — II. of a man. 
IriJA threshing-floor; see "HD- 

I iN m., the twelfth month of the 

t ~: ' 

Hebrew year, corresponding with 
our February and March. 
K'HTTI^ Ch., quickly, diligently. 

$, jIDS"]^, dapeiKog, a Persian 
gold coin. 



TIN 



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3M 



V^TlX {the exalted Moloch), p. n. — T. 

an idol of the Sepharvites, 2 Ki. 

17:31. — II. a son of Sennacherib, 

Isa.37:38, &c. 
yTlX arm ; see jnT 

^1.1^ {planting), p. n. — I. the city of 
Og, Deu. 1:4. — II. a city of the 
tribe of Naphtali. 

WT\X for B>Tm Niph. inf. abs.; see 

£HN (inf. ^'H« the same as B^l), 
threshing, beating out corn with the 
wheel, Isa. 28:28. 

3HK, 3H& (inf. const. nriK, ran**; 

imp. IHg ; fut. nnN* ; p. l.Ynfc 

and 3HK), tared, desired, delighted 

in; part. nnk (pi. D^nnk, f. 

rQHK) a friend; Niph. part. pi. 

D*ZinK3 loved, amiable; Pi. part. 

anND lover. 
3HX Kal fut. l.pers. 
rQHK f., love, beloved. 
D^int? m. pi. (sing. 3PI8), amours, 

loves, love-gifts. 
D^nn« m. pi. (sing, ink), the same. 
infc (strength), p.n., one of the sons of 

Simeon. 

"(IPs aA/ ato/ an exclamation of 

sorrow. 
K1 t l]N p.n. — I. of a countiy. — II. of a 

river. 
1-1 MX (he who is powerful), p. n. of a 

man. 
I^i n^(for -IDni^Hiph. fut. I . pers. with 

suff.; see n*T*« 
*n&5 the same as *X w/iere ? 
*D§ probably for PPK wAere? which 

see: Hos. 13: 10. 
*HX fut. apoc. 1. pers.; see n\T 



h 



H^ (fut. ^PIKJ), pitched a tent, liv 
in tents; Pi. fut. SfV for bni 
the same; ^HtO stone, Job25:5 
see ??r\ to shine. 

?nV? m. (with H parag. i"Pn&; wit! 

' suff. ppK, Tprt« ; Syr! ^HK 

pi. D*7n« ; Syr' b^n'K, ^HN) 

I. tabernacle, tent, habitation. — II 

p. n. of a man, 1 Chron.3:20. 

■"V£^ (for fen*), p.n., allegorical nam 
of Samaria, Eze. 23:4. 

^NvHtf (tent of her father), p.n. of am 

nn^pH^ (my tent with her), p.n., alle- 
gorical name of Jerusalem, Eze. 
23:4. 

njpi^HNI (my tent a high place), p. n 
of a wife of Esau. 

E V0*f m. pi., nftiW f., Zv\a\6n, 
dydXXoxov, lign-aloes, a perfumed 
wood. 

n^HK fut. with n parag. for nipPIK , 
see riDH- 

l^ll^ P- n., Aaron, the brother of 
Moses; K »32, 'X JT3 Aaronites. 

IK conj.— I. or, e&Aer; 1^ IK D*»' 
*en days at least. — II. for; *3 IX 
ou* i/.— III. iX....iX, whether....or. 

IX desire; see H1X- 

/X-'IS p. n. of a man. 

^K not used. 
31K m. (pi. JVQitf).— I. a spirit of dioi- 
nation, or necromancy. — II. vticpo- 
Havrig, a necromancer, one who 
calls up spirits from the abyss to 
foretel future events. — III. the art 
of necromancy. 
fiiniK I. skins used as bottles for 
wine, Job 32:19.-11. p.n. of a 
place in the wilderness. 



nix ( 

7*3^ (he that causeth joy), p. n. of a 

man, 1 Chron. 27:30. 
blW ; see b^ 

H-lK not used (Arab, bent, crooked; 
also wood) ; etymology doubtful. 
*1K m., smoke, mist. 
1) X m., smoking firebrand. 
nni^ f. pi., projects, means, cause; 
TVlTlK by (and bx for b§) be- 
cause of; ""ri'n'S ?V on my account; 
^pn'nS ?JJ because of thee. 
j*rtK, with J epenth. Jjta Hiph. fut. 
1. pers. with suff.; see PIT* 
TNI m., calamity, destruction. 
n'XD m. — l.power, might, excess; "P321 
^flkp tiriM aW % might; l\XD2 
YtfD in greaf excess; IXP 1JJ, 
IND? ly eren to excess, exceed- 
ingly. — II. adv. exceedingly. 

n IN not used (Arab, desired) ; Pi. 
i"tfX (fut. iT)J50), desired, longed 
for, const, with 3 and ? ; Hith. 
niKnn (fut. apoc. 1Xn > .), desired, 
coveted, claimed; Dp? DiT-lKniT! 
and claim for yourselves,Nu.3&: 10. 
15$ or IX m., desire, Pro. 31:4. 
H-1X f. — I. natural desire for food. — 

T II. lust. 
*1fcjjO m. (pi. D^.XD), dmre5, Ps. 
T 'l40:9. 

nW.FI f. — I. desire, lust. — II. an object 
of desire; see HXri- 

rfonix, Kri n^niK mph.fut. i.pers. ; 

see >in. 

*1K, iTlX I. alas! expression of grief. 
— II. ho! expressing anger. 

JTIX com. (pi. ninfc). — I. mark, me- 
morial, warning. — II. sign, portent, 
miracle. 

n« Ch. (pi. pn«) f the same. 



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b* 



*K rn. (pi. D*»K).— I. habitable land, 
continent, island. — II. shore, coast, 
countries on the coast; 0**13,1 ^N 
and DM **X isles of the Gentiles, 
wtes o/ Me iVesf, countries little 
known to the Hebrews. — III. D^X 
savage land animals, Is. 13:22, 
hence: — IV. interj. woe ! hoiror ! 
see p«. 

Q^iX enemy; see 3*N- 

'•T-lltf p. n. of a man. 

?MX p. n. of a city in Arabia; probably 
Senaar, the capital of Arabia Felix, 
Gen. 10:27. 

*1K p. n. of a king of Midian. 

WlK Hiph. fut. 1. pers.; see ^DX- 

^S'lX Kal fut. 1. pers.; see ^DK- 

7 i_*N root not used; same as pX*. 
T^IX a fool, an impious person. 

TTO^W P- n -» a kin S of Babylon, 
descendant of Nebuchadnezzar, 
2Ki. 25:27. 

tyyf, same as b*[& 

H^N f. (with suff." '^-IK), folly, sin. 

I. /iN (Arab, to dispose, govern aright); 

root not used. 

>1K m. — I. a prince. — II. administra- 
tion.— -III. &<%, Ps. 73:4. 

v-lK adv. — I. perhaps, unless. — Il.p.n. 
of a river, Dan. 8:2. 

D^IX, D^K (pi. DnS&K).— I. m., an en- 
trance hall, vestibule. — II. pa. but, 
nevertheless. — III. p. n. of a man. 

II. /*!?% (Arab, grew thick, of fluids) ; 
root not used. 

b% m. (const. b*$ ; pi. O^K).— I.a 
ram. — II. lintel, arch over a door 
or window. 



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31K 



^N m., strength, force. 

ri-i?^ f., the same. 

7*NI com., an antelope, gazelle. 

nW f. (pi. Tvb*K ; const. ni7»K\ 
female antelope. 

nS?»« f., the same; "Wri n|??K the 
name of the tune to which the 
Psalm is to be sung, Ps. 22. 

^« m. (pi. D^K, D^K).— I. Aero, 
mighty man. — II. the pine or tere- 
binth (a tall thick tree). 

D vX p.n. of one of the stations of the 
Israelites in the wilderness, Ex.c. 1 5. 

7K (withsuff.^8; pl.D^K, D^K).— 
I. /iero, wan of might. — 11. power ; 
v^p 7tf7 K^ if is in the power of 
my hand, i.e. I am able. — III. God 
(the true God); D*6n \33 toe 
sons of God, i.e. toe angels. — IV. 
an epithet denoting excellence; 
7K T)^ cedars o/ God, i. e. lofty, 
well grown. — V. an idol, false god. 

r6$ f., terebinth; see 7^, i"I7K, &c. 

}ii?X m. — I. oak, lofty tree; compare 
preceding word. — II. p.n. of a man. 
— III. of a city. 

D^K, dV« m., a lintel; see D^-IK I. 

J^KnJch., a free. 
SJ71K, ^71*0 Hiph. fut. 1. pers. ; see 

"ID*1K p. n. of a man. 

Hfc*> or j C> root not used; (Arab, time, 
a fit time). 
PN m.(with suff.tflK, *q31K, D31K; pi. 
D^p*!^). — I. vanity, falseness, that 
which is nothing, hence: — II. an 
idol; flK IT'S house of idols; 
\)jA I"IJ}p3 valley of idols (a valley 
near Damascus, now Un, Am. 1:5). 
— III. sin, wickedness. — IV. sorrow, 



distress; ^K'|3 toe son of my sor- 
row; D'O'lX DPIp bread of afflic- 
tion; see J3X- 

j'lX m. (with suff. like f)K). — I. power. 
—II. manhood; )\^n Vl^l first- 
born. — III. wealth, riches. 

\\# const. I^ I. non-existence; fN 
"li33 he was not in the pit ; 
K3 PK1 K¥* fK there was neither 

T ...... | .. . 

going out nor coming in; v fX 1 
have not, lit. there is nothing to me; 
Nll^ |*K"none might enter," Eng. 
Ver."Est.4:2; HD-IKD, W |\X 

I . T . T T i • 

nothing; 73 |^X absolutely nothing; 
•133/$! ^ ** w0 '- — 11- ^h personal 
pronoun »|3/& Sp*& tjy«, -133^, 
H33^, DDV>«, D3W and fo^K i 
am, was, not, shall not be, thou art 
not, 8fc. — III. with prepositions, 
f&S in not being, before, without, 
j)K3 like not being, nearly, Ps.73 : 2 ; 
PX7 to him who has not, Is. 40 : 29 ; 
PIStb (poetic only), not, absolute 
negation; yPV 1 fKft no inhabi- 
tant, Jer. 33:10. 

P« same as }*& 1 Sa. 21:9. 

^ (perhaps from pK), no/, Job c. 22, 
1133"*X (ignoble), p. n. of a man. 

rnknf. (pl.D N 3Xn),./ig-(tree and fruit) | 
T iri3«n nrin'n^ he sai under 
his fig-tree, i. e. he lived peace- 
fully and prosperously. 

D^3Xfl m. pi., vexation, vanity, false- 
hood, Eze. 24:12. 

J1X I. (strength), p. n. of a man. — U. 

|iK, j'tf Heliopolis, a city of Lowe; 

Egypt, 
'^itf (strong), p. n. of a city in the tribr 

of Benjamin. 
D3iK (the same), p. n. of a man. 



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DIN 



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TW 



DIN {vigorous), p. n., one of the sons 

of Judah. 
£)-1N p. n., a country where gold was 

found (perhaps the same as the 

following word). 
^Qltt, "IQ1N p. n., a country abounding 

in gold, gems, and perfumed wood. 
Bte a wheel; see JDK- 

'mX pressed, was urgent upon; const, 
with 2, p, O ; Hiph. pressed, has- 
tened ; const, with 2, 7. 

1¥1K treasure; see "IVK- 

T ' 

TIV^ Hiph.fut. l.pers.with H parag.; 
T 'seeK¥"l- 

llN I. became light, shone, enlightened. 
— II. prospered; imperat. '•"fltf f. 
shine thou, Isa. 60 : 1 . Niph. "li&O 
(fut. nifcP, 1S1), become bright] 
part. "OfcO illustrious. Hiph. fKH 
(fut. apoc. "l&O). — I. enlighten, illu- 
minate, kindle.— 11. 'Q »}«£ ^B T\ 
cheer up, exhilarate, lit. enlighten 
the eves, or face; 1*0 £J 'H (const, 
with ?K, n«, 2, 7, bi5. — III. m- 
struct, inform (illuminate the mind), 
Ps. 119:130. 

11N m. (f. Job 36 : 32). —I. light, bright- 
ness, lightning, luminary ; Q^n "iis 
the light of life D^S K light of 
the face, i.e. cheerfulness, good 
will; pi. D'Hltf stars, i.e. lumina- 
ries, Ps. 136:7. — II. metaph. pros- 
perity. — III. knowledge. 

"VI N I. fire, the light of fire. — II. p.n. of 
a man.— III. D^HI On-IK (D^K) 
LXX. drjXioaic. icai a\r)6eia,' 'Urim 
and Thummim," Eng.Ver., a part 
of the high-priest's breast-plate ; 
meaning uncertain — IV. DHK 



(lights), p. n. of a country. — V 3 
D^b3 "VI N p.n., Ur of the Chal- 
deans, a place in Mesopotamia. 
iTYlK f.(pl.nniN).— I.light, Ps. 139: 
12. — II. prosperity, joy, Est. 8: 16.— 
III. nWlK ?P light reflecting dew, 
Isa. 26:19; ITO'lK herbs, 2 Kings 
4:39. 

•ITlK imp. pi.; see VlK- 
"IIKfi m.-I. light; nn'ND stars; lu- 
minaries. — II. candlestick ; "rniDD 
"l1Ste>n the candlestick in the taber- 
nacle, lit. place of light. 
m-IKD f., den, hole, of a serpent, Isa. 
T ll:*8. 

nill.K stables; see mtf- 

H-IX [fi&ry), p. n. of a man. 

/K'H-'lK [fire of God), p. n. of a man. 

n*"V)X (the same), p. n. — I. the hus- 
band of Bathsheba. — II. a priest in 
the reign of Ahaz. 

JTlK sign; see HIS- 

° ' T T 

rYlK or rVlN; Niph.(fut.pl.p.l.rrifcO, 
p.3.-im&0), consenting to, agreeing. 

nVrria part. f. pi.; see nns- 

IN adv., £/ien, ctf f/iai time (used with 
either tense) ; TKD (TK"IP).— I./ro?n 
£ /iaf /ime, of old, before. — ll.whence; 
^JSX T^P whence thine anger (was 
kindled); ^J1K3 TKp wAence 1 
came; with infin. ^"151 '£ where- 
of thou hast spoken. 
*t8 Men, Ps. 124:3,4,5. 

KTX or ilftf Ch., /*e /jinked. 

HICS, root not used; Arab, the same 
meaning. 
21TK m., hyssop. 
"•BIS p. n. of a man. 

I[N Ch., went forth, departed. 
2 



ITS 



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-ins 



"nTK belt; see "ITK- 

pTK for pKK Hiph. fut. 1. pers.; see 

T w- 

mSTN! memorial; see "DT- 

/TN /ie went away, departed; ??-1Xp 

//•ow. ?T-1!S £/za/ (see the word), Ez. 

27:19, taken by mistake for Pu. 

part, of this verb. See Rosen- 

muller on the passage. 
?TK Ch., the same. 
7TK rn., departure, 1 Sa. 20: 19, (some 

call it a p. n.). 
b)$ Ch. imp. for ^W, Syr. for fy« ; 

see!??N- 

|»N, Pi. |^ attended to and inres- 
tigated, Ecc. 12:9. Hiph. pTgn 
heard, attended; const, with ?, ?K, 
*f}J> ?JJ : of G od, he hearkened, heard 
prayer; of man, he obeyed. 
Q)5!^ dual, the balance, lit. having 

two dishes, bilanx. 
jOW'D Ch., the same. 
|J'K f. (with suff. ^TK ; dual d^Jfcf), 
£/ie ear; 'Q \3TN3 in f/ie ears (that 
is, the hearing), of any one. 
"YQFrntoTK p. n. of a city in the tribe 

of Naphtali. 
^TN {he who hearkens), p. n. of a man, 

T Nu.26:16. 
«"!£)} X {whom the Lord hears), p. n. of 

a man. 
™P ftN P- n. of a place. 

}TK m. (pi. D*JJK), « weapons," Deu.23 : 
14, Eng.Ver.; meaning uncertain. 
O^lpTK chains; see ppT* 



3- Niph. part. *1tX3g-ir(Zed; const 
with 21- Pi. sense as Kal. Hith. 
became bound, armed himself. 
"DTK m. — I. a belt, girdle. — 11. fetters. 

yOTX arm, same as yilT ; see JTlT. 

mm, »m?K na£ii>e; see HIT- 

t; V • tJ V 

nX m., (const. ^flS ; with suff. ^HS, 
T WmK, SpnK,' D^ITN ; pi. DTIX, 

^n« ; T with suff.wn& ^pna, vn«, 

DD^nX). — I. a brother. — II. a rela- 
tive. — III. a fellow countryman. 
— IV. a friend. — V. any person or 
thing like another. — VI. a term of 
affection; VHtf h^D &$ one from 
the other; Vritf 7N B»K one from 

•TV 

PIS Ch., a brother. 
niniSt f., fraternity. 

niris f.(with suff. »tfinK; pi.nrns, 
with suff. *nVnK, ij>nin^).— i. 

sister. — II. used as PIK V., which 
see; PiniriK ^>H H& ; K one /rom 

t -; v t • * 

£/te oMer (of persons or things 
fern.). 

MCS interj., alas J exclamation of grief. 
nnS not used ; ol/xw^eiv, to howl; 

whence is derived: — 
DTYtf m.pl., howlings, or howling ani- 
mals (it is uncertain which), Isa. 
13:21. 

nX f., a pot filled with hot coals to 
warm rooms in winter, Jer. 36: 
22, 23. 

2#n$,{brother of the father), \>.n.,Ahah, 
king of Israel. 



*1?SJ f -.Vv t * *,»**<. -4-u «• f 2P1S p. n. of the same king 
HC> (imp. iTN; fut. iT&O ; with suff. *>• r 



"0")TfcO), bound, girt,clothed himself; 
tropin -1"lT^ they clothed them- 
selves with strength; const, with 



|ZinX p. n. of a man. 

1HK const, 'ins m., nnS with the 
pause, nnX f. — I. one. — II. the first 



ins 



( n) 



>nx 



(used with days of the month); 
KHfip inX3 on the first day of the 
month; nnX n^ the first year. — 
III. alone, a single one ; pS, N? 
*?nSI not a single one, no one. — IV. 
a certain one (nc); it has the power 
of the ind. article a, an; D^il 'X one 
of the people, a persoyi ; 'fc\ W2), 
7zpo<pnrr]Q tiq, a certain prophet. — 
V. the same one, the same; DnX, 
nnX3 (DJJB), at the same time, 
together; in$3, intf 63*83 as 

» ' tv: tv • : 

one man, together; pi. QHriN the 
same, united into one, a few. 
intf Hith., take hold of, unite thyself; 
see llT- 

-T 

Tn Ch., one, first, any one, same as 

T V 

IP! 5$ m., the bulrush, reed, an Egyptian 

word ; Copt. a\i. 
"1-in^ (union), p. n. of a man. 
mnN and ninK ; see n«. 

T-;- t t 

mnx; seemn. 

T ; - " 

iliriK, H s nX p. n. of a man ; patr. 

TON, with J epenth. JfljIK, Pi. fut. I. 

pers. with suff.; see nil"!- 
s P-inK p. n. of a man. 
"TiriS after ; see TIK- 

T 

tlltf (inf. c. thb? ; with pref. ?htf3 ; 
imper.thM; fut.trRO and TnN.jj.— 
I. seized (fear, terror) ; const, with 
3. — II. caught (i.e. in hunting). 
— III. tooft /loZi of, seized; const, 
with 3 of the part seized. — IV. 
held, kept. — V. joined, united. — VI. 
locked up, Neh.7:3. — VII. covered, 
overlaid, veneered, 1 Ki. G: 10. — 
VIII. drew by lot. Niph. — 1. was 



caught, Ecc 9: 12. — II. was held, 
Gen. 22: 13. Pi. TD^D shut up 
(same as Kal VI.), Job 26: 9. Hoph. 
TnXft joined, united (same as Kal 
V.),' 2 Chron. 9:18. 
TnX p.n. — l.Ahaz, king of Judah. — 
II. of a man. 
?n^s fut. apoc. in pause for TH^s, HTnX ; 

see ntn- 

n-THS f., possession, tenure. 

''THN p. n. of a man 

nnnK and -lnnnK p.n.— I. of the son 
of Ahab king of Israel. — II. of the 
son of Joram king of Judah. 
Q-THN p. n. of a man. 
n-tn^ p. n. of a man. 
rUElJN Pi. fut. 1. pers. with suff. for 

' na'KSnX ; see KBIT 
S P1N p. n. of a man. 
HTn« ; see "Wl. 

iT'llN (friend of God), p. n. of a man. 
"rtrPJlN (friend oftheJews),\>.i\. of a m. 
VnS p. n. of a man. 
Hi TIN sisters; see niriN, in PIN- 
n-TlTN and *lTV>m p. n. of a man. 
3-ltOTjN (loving good), p. n. of a man. 
"J'V^n^? (brother's son), p. n. of a man. 
DIDTJ^ (brother of death), p. n. of a m. 
^?E> 7 nN (brother of a king), p.n. of a m. 
j'OTJN (brother of gifts), p. n. of a man. 
r^?' 1 '?^ (brother of anger), p. n. of a m. 
VJ)$ (brotherly) p. n. of a man. 
3*12) TJX (brother of good will), p. n. of 

a man. 
DJ^HK (brother of delight), p.n. of a w. 
TjDDTjN (brother of defence), p.n. of am. 
"lUTC 1 ^ (brother of help), p. n. of a man. 
Ej^TJN (brother of enmity), p.n. of a m. 
B"}^-? (malted brother), p. n. of a m. 
V^O^ (^ brother), p. n. of a man. 



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*!BX 



"HIK^nK (brother of the morning), p. n. [ -1".nX Pi. pret. pi. for -1"inK; see "UlK- 



of a man. 
l^nS {brother of song), p. n. of a man. 
bsJVnS! {foolish brother), p.n. of am. 
"?riX Hiph. fut. 1. pers., ?nN with dag. 

forte imp. ; see ??n 
Zl?nX (fecundity), p. n. of a place in 

the tribe of Asher. 
vnK (would that !) p. n. — I . of a man. — 

II. of a woman. 
VIIK, vi"IN would that! I wish! see 

""""rAn.""" 

nDTTWt amethyst; see Dpfl- 
"•BpriK p. n. of a man. 
Kripn& p. n., Ecbatana, a city of Media, 
' Ezr. 6:2. 

*nn^ root not used; fut. 1. pers. pi. 
"IPIN, Gen. 32:5. Pi. "inK (fut. 
"•HiO), delayed, waited, deferred 
(Arab, the same) ; see "1IT- 
v iriK m. (pi. DnhN).— I. thebut-end 
of a spear, 2 Sa.2*: 23.— II. the west, 
westward. Adv. behind, after ; 

ninaa, nin^, "lin^n &e&ind ; 

linS? hereafter, Isa. 41 : 23. 

ins m.Vnnn« f. (pi.nnn& rting). 

— l.another; 'tf D'ijfrfet other gods, 
idols. — II. p. n. of a man. 
inSl Me /wider par*. Adv. of time and 
place, behind, afterwards. Prep. 
behind, after; K ^H /oZfow; 'K 
nWn DnZPjH after these things, 
afteiivard*; 'B IB* 1 ] 'K a/fer Ae /iad 
fpoken; i .. const. nntf (with suff 
s IDS, inn«, V)Q«), ^/«*nJ, "/ter ; 
|D 'nn« T a/ier; S^J |3 '« a/ter- 
tmrdsj with prefixes inND, *Tj$P 
a/ter something past, after that; 
\2 'KB afterwards; y\r\$12 behind 
him; nPlK ^ a/ter; 'K ?)| 6eAind. 



p-ina m., nannK r — i. Me /linrfej 

pari, Me &ac& parr. — II. Me lattei 
day, or time. — III. Me west; D*T 
'KH Me Mediterranean sea. — IV 

T . 

posterity; 'K "11 ''I Me generation 
to come ; Q^inS successors ; 
™-inK3, nanrifc6 afterwards. 

t -: _ t' t -;-t * 

*"iriS Ch. adj. f., another. 

\*yPNTlB. Ch -» at last > at length. 

rmn« f. — I. Me last, the latter time; 
b*Djn 'K Me latter days— II. Me 
end; T\^WT\ 'N end o/ Me year. — 
III. posterity. 

pHK Ch. m., another. 

1 it: t. 

rV3inX adv., backwards. 
mjlK (a/ifer /its brother?) p.n. of a man. 
prying (behind a wall), p. n. of a man. 

D^Sm&^nX m. pi., chief satraps, 
or doorkeepers, officers of the Per- 
sian court, p— Ch., the same. 

^Ill^nS a title common to all the 
kings of Persia. It is spelt C/ios- 
roes by the later Greek and Latin 
historians. 

EhB*TlK the same. 

Pl%>nX p.n. of a man; see next word. 

D^WnX m. pi., mules. 

nn^ f., one; see "IP1X- 

nn^ Ch. Aph. imp.; see nn3. 

nnnS Niph. fut. I. pers. with H parag. ; 

see nnn- 

OK Hiph. fut. apoc. 1. pers. for nt3K ; 

see HD3- 
*7tOX m„ black thorn; rhamnus pa- 

T T ' 

liurus (Linn.). 
1DK p.n., a place beyond Jordan, where 
was a threshing-floor; afterwards 
Abel-mizraim, Gen 50: 10,11. 



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PlOX m.,linen (of Egypt) bdoviov, pro- 
bably an Egyptian word, Pro. 7:16. 

OtOX not used; (Arab, uttered a low 
gouvd). 
tti$ m. (pi. D^K). — I. necromancers, 
enchanters — II. gentle, soft. Adv. 
D«, D*6, Gxb softly, slowly; »Bfl£ 
at my convenience. 

Dufcs Mm* up, closed. Hiph. the same ; 
|Jtf Dtp&O ^ doses (his) ear. 

")DX with bv. shut ; fut. TOKJ, Ps. 

69:16. 

"IBK maimed; WW T /K lit. ^avzn^ 

/its right hand bound (left-handed). 

"IQN {he that halteth), p. n. of a man. 

\S ; T see ilJK and |-1K. 

V> where? with suff. 713*5$ wAere art 
thou? \*\& where is he? WX where 

— T ~ 

are they? also with pronouns and 

adverbs, ill ''X ?/;Ao ? what ? where ? 

n-TD '•X whence ? nsp '•K where- 
..... T 

/ore? why? with H demonst. HNSI 
where ? 
\\y# where? how? 

T " 

^N (apoc.) how? 
nb>« (Kri b»K) wAere? 2 K. 6: 13. 
HD^K tow? 

T T •■ 

l)N always in comp.; p.Nlft whence? 

(for another meaning see j-1X). 
nb^S tr/iere ? Aow ? 
|tf (contract. from |^),w;/iere? whither? 

|XD whence? |K""1JJ wnh7; with 

the paragogic H, !"!JX whither? 

whereunto? where? ri3X"*iy /iom> 

T T - 

Jong-.? riJKJ njK MMer and thi- 
ther, 1 K. 2*: 36," 42. 

J_S\ hated, was an enemy, Ex. 23:22. 
2*1 X m., enemy; T\2\)H f., the same. 
ri2 ,, K f., enmity. 



T'X calamity; see *!•!&$• 
n*X where? see > SI- 

(l w\ f. — I.nameof a bird of prey ^'vul- 
ture, kite," Eng.Ver.; LXX.iicrtV; 
Vulg. vultur. — II. p. n. of a man. 

2i*K (mise?a6/e), p.n., Joo, the patriarch. 

72PK p. n., Jezebel, the wife of Ahab. 

TpK, n3»« ; see *K- 

Tl22-' , i< (where is the glory? i.e. with- 
out glory) ; p. n. of a man. 

n3*fc$ where art thou? *X with suff. 
and 3 epenth. 

^K, ^K, $% &c. ; see b)K- 

ffp% (oak), p. n.— 1. of a city.— II. of 
a man. 

j'v"^ (pJace o/ hinds), p. n. of a city. 

nrW for rD^K Kal fut. 1. pers. with 
H parag.; see "| ?\ "pi"!- 

Dp^ (grove of oaks), p. n. of a place. 

r-6 s « (tree), n'l^K (frees), p. n., Etett, 
a city on the eastern gulf of the 
Red Sea, now Akabah. 

Jt?'X a gazelle; see /-IK- 
ED fcs root not used, was terrible; Ch. 

Pa. frightened. 
&% HD*« m., terrible, Hab. 1:7. 
nft"K f. (pi. niD^K ; with H parag. 
T nf)D^) terror; pi. D»D*N, D*DK. 

— I. terrible things. — II. u/o/s, 

Jer.50:38. — III. p.n. of one of the 

tribes of the Moabites. 
|»K ; see j-lK and *N- 
'lDVpK Mey are no£; see |?K with suff. 
"ITy^ (helpless), p.n. of a man. 

PlSNSt, n^JSt f., EpAa/i, a corn mea- 
sure, capacity unknown; n^N 
nCW divers measures; 7\u?V} 'N 
jus* measure. 



B'N 



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^K 



nb»K ; see *K- 
JO^K same as K13K- 

$*N m. (pi. D*P3K, ^5K; see GPiaK; 
three times D^K). — I. a man, as 
distinguished from a woman. — II. 
a husband. — III. a male. — IV. used 
collectively for the inhabitants of 
a country; ?K"^ 6S"N the Israel- 
ites. — V.used to denote the qualifi- 
cations of men; tlDVblD /X a war- 

t t : • 

rior; nfttf 'X a faithful man ; 
rnK> 'tf a husbandman. — VI. any 

one ; W^ . . . t^X one . . . another. — 
VII. every man; opposed to HN, 

n^, H ; top*?/' ^ -12^.1 Mey 
«^nf every one to his place; v3 
$5^&5 euen/ one. — VIII. every thing, 
Ex. 25:20.— IX. impers., "1)0SI H3 
t^SH </ms it was said. 
B»K, Hith. EJ^Snil (dvfy>i£6<r0ai f 
1 Cor. 16:13); pi. •IWXlin be- 
come ye men, i. e. be courageous, 
Isa. 46:8. 
jit^X m., lit. little man, i.e. the small 
image of one's self seen in the eye 
of another.— I. ]]V_ fl? <K, |^ *K 
pupil of the eye; hence: — II. 
nW, ?,^n <K lit. pupil, i.e. middle, 
of the night, midnight. 
n^X or n^« f. (with suff. *fi^K, 
^n^ and *Jfi£>K), I.— woman — 
II. wife. — 111. concubine. — IV. op- 
posed to ninK and Wl, like 
fc^X — V. any one, every one. — VI. 
applied to men by way of reproach. 

nt^atJ^i* p. n. of a son of Saul. 

"lin^X (man of vigour), p.n. of a man. 

^"•tf (manly), p. n. of a man. 

WK Ch., same as B» he is; ^JVX 



thou art; ♦iliJVtf he is; WJVtf 

\ • • T T 

we are; \&TP'& ye are. 
''IVX p.n. of a man. 
^OrVX (God with me), p. n. of a man. 
D£M? for Dn# Kal fut. 1. pers.; see 

Don- 

"IDrVX (place of palm trees), p. n. of 

one of the sons of Aaron. 
jfVS p.n. of a man; see jlV- 

:[*$ adv., only, alone, except; TOfc? "TJX 
only (i.e. nothing else but) rejoic- 
ing, Deu. 16:15; T[Wn ^ only 
(nothing but) darkness, Ps. 139 : 1 1 ; 
Epb 5)'"lt2 T|X /ie is on/y torn in 
pieces, i.e. nothing else has hap- 
pened to him, Gen. 44 : 28. 

135$ (fortress), p. n. of a city built by 
Nimrod, Gen. 10:10. 

rV)3K Kal fut. 1. pers., see nm- 

D^pK p. n. — I. of a city in the tribe 
of Asher, Greek h-dnnra, now Zib. 
— II. of a city in the tribe of Judah. 

"l?3K,n-in?DK; see ID- 

EjJ'OK (Ethiopian), p. n. of a king of the 
Philistines. 

/JX (inf. VlDK ; const. ^38 ; with 
pref. Sbjft; w itb suff.' ^3K, 
i??N; imper. SbX ; with H parag. 
n&N ; fut. SaK' 1 and t>3« S ).~ 

t : t 

I. ate. — II. devoured, spoken oi 
men or things; joined to the ac- 
cusative with 3 , )Qi DIT? 73N 
feasted; tt Drfc ^3X andDn^S, 
/Q )n^ ^ Dn|?.'K to 6e the guest, 
inmate, of any one; 'OS? ?3fr 
nin^ ate that which was offered i- 
saaifice; 'B "1^3 *??S ate his flesh 
i.e. injured him, Ps. 27^2 ; Niph. 
^?$?i Part- f - n !? 2 ?*:] i5 » ma 2/ />e » 



fc* 



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r6« 



con- 



eaten. Pu. 73X devoured, 

sumed. Hiph.^D^n (fut. h^l ; 

inf. /"O^n) gave, made, caused, to 

eat, devour. 
?3tf Ch., the same. 
?3'K m., food; with suff. fos. 
rfetf f., meat, food, Gen. 1 : 29, 30. 
n^gK f., meat, feast, 1 K. 19:8. 
?3Nft m.. food, that which may be 
T eaten; ?3Ktt fV/ruif free; '» |K¥ 

caf^e £o oe slaughtered for the 

table. 

rbbxn, rhin i, food. 

n?3KD f., slaughtering knife, lit. de- 

vourer; pi. ni?3Xf3- 

73X (eaten, consumed), p. n. of a man. 

L T '■• " L 

?3S, T>3&0 Pi- fut. apoc. 1. pers.; see 

^3$ Ex. 33:3, Pi. fut. 1. pers. with 

suff. for ^35* ; see n?3- 
|3S truly; see |-13- 
133K Hiph. fut. 1. pers. with suff.; see 

"n33. 

?|DX compel, bow down to, Pro. IB: 26. 
C|3N m. (with suff. ^SpK), pa/m o/ We 
ftand, Job 33:7. 
f)3S for P]3X Niph. fut. 1. pers.; see 

*1^3X root not used; (Arab, digged). 
"13 X m., ploughman, husbandman. 
*|&Otf! (ctfy o/ magicians), p. n. of a 

city in the tribe of Asher. 
?K no/, <Sfc; see 7?N- 
i« God; see ^-IK- 

7N, "755 prep, (with suff. "6x, Tp^, 

' ^r% t$t*. n^K, w]?k/d3^x, 

Dn7«, T |n*|?k; poetJfe^K; pi. 

poet. vX). — I. sign of the dative, 
like 7 — II. to, towards. — III. unto, 



at. — IV. of, concerning. — V.in, into 
— VI. among. — VII. by, through. — 
VIII. for, on account of; the origi- 
nal meaning is to; towards, variously 
modified by the context ; *Q"/N! 
i"nrp according to the command 
(mouth) of God ; nJ3K"7>> a cubii, 
i.e. according to the measure of 
a cubit, Gen. 6: 16; "S« 1DK»1 
TCW he said concerning (relative 
to) Sarah; l^SrV« "sfel he went, 
having regard to his life, i. e. to 
save his life; Q??3n "l^B"?^ near 
(i.e. towards) the well; ~?X 2&* 
iCr^'f he sat at (i.e. to) the table. 
— IX. used with other particles ; 
HUS"^ behind me; b pltp^K 
without ; rnnri"7X a pleonasm, 
same as T\T}F\- 

/&, with article ?Kn, n?K pron., 
these, those; H?Xrn?S ot /«v — 
oi d«, Wese — those; Ch., the same. 

&OK (terebinth), p.n. of a man; seei"l?X. 

B*3j?fi$ m., to; see KC3- 

O^?^ name of a tree; see D»|»?N 

"IT?X (beloved of God), p. n. of a man. 

PjJJTPK (called of God), p.n. of a man. 

M /N I. Jay under a curse, imprecate. 
— II. howl, see TvK. Hiph. sivore, 
execrated, laid under a curse; fut. 
apoc. ?N*V 
H ?X f.—l.oath, imprecation ; il ?K3 NT 3 
come into We terms o/ We oaW, 
agree by oath, Neh. 10:30; Win 
Pi?K3 make one swear, Eze. 17 : 13 ; 

Tj_r : . * 

3 n?X ^^3 lay an oath upon any 
one. — II. curse, cursing; JTTI 
H7&S? he was for a curse; |D3 

T(T ■! J ' I ~ T 

i - !?^? /*e g-cwe oyer write cursing 
np^n f., cursing. 



( 



-I. God, 



r6« 

H /X m. Ch., God. 
$?$ m., God (pi. D*r6g) 

the true God. — II. false gods, idols; 
followed by the verb in the sing., 
very rarely in the pi.; 'N fcJ^tf a 
man of God; 'K \33 son* 0/ God, 
i. e. they that loved and served 
God; withpref.D^r6«3, D^KS, 
tiirbxb ; const. *$>«• 

n7S gazelle; see >1N- 

nW terebinth; see TvK- 

*I/X Ch., behold! same as -11X- 

Vpfcs for *1 / US\, otherwise, unless, 
Ecc. 6:6, Est. 7:4. 

/•)/£> m. — I. vanity; same as ? vN ; 
see TvK — Il.iSZw/, the sixth month 
of the Hebrew year, answering 
nearly to our September, Neh.G: 15. 

ti ?K oak; see >1K- fl?K the same; in 

ZfilX friend ; see ?|?K- 

£>-1?N (lion's den), p. n., one of the 

encampments of the Israelites. 
"Q}?K (Gtod&pog), p. n. of a man. 

M /Ys, Niph. n?X3 was corrupt, base. 
)3n?X (gift of God), p.n. of a man. 
3Xyfc$ (who has God for his father), p.n. 

of a man. 
?K yjK (strong in God), p.n. of a man. 
nnfc#?K or nn»ta f> whom God 

t t • v: t t • v: x 

comes), p.n. of a man. 
HvK (beloved of God), p.n. of a prince 

of the Benjamites. 
JHt— {known of God), p.n. of a man. 

r™I vX f. (Arab, the same), the fat tail 

of the sheep in the East. 
n^Nt, "injipg {the Lord he is God), p.n., 

Elijah ('HXiac), the prophet. 



16 ) *?K 

•in^>«, Wn^N (the same), p.n. of one 

of Job's friends. 
*3*#n£$, W$^K (mine eyes are 

nnfo £/te Lord), p.n. of a man. 
KSn^pK (teirfen 0/ God), p.n. of one of 

David's generals. 
fprivS (God is his avenger), p. n. of a 

man. 
?y$ vanity; see 7?K- 
*=1?P vjj? (God is Aing-), p. n. of a man . 

I l?v» |!?X pron. pi. Ch., Mese, Mose. 
P|DvX (increased of God), p. n. of a 

prince of the Gadites. 
"lTV. vfc? (holpen of God), p.n. of a man. 

''TV. Y$? (God is mine eye, i. e. directs 

me), p.n. of a man. 
DV t vX (people of God), p. n. of a man. 
TQyX (God is precious), p.n. — I. of a 

son of Esau. — II. of one of Job's 

friends. 
/£} vX (my God is strong), p.n. of a man. 
•injQ'y'K (whom God makes famous), 

p.n. of a man. 
tD?£v$ (God is his help), p.n. of a m. 
TlVvfcS (God is his rock), p.n. of a man. 
|B¥vK or ]%f?$ (whom God protects), 

p. n. of a man 
KpvN p. n. of a man. 
D^vS (whom God makes strong), p. n. 

— I. of the house-steward of He- 

zekiah. — II. of a king of Judah, 

afterwards changed to O^TiiT 

(Jehovah makes strong). 
JDK^N (vowed to God), p.n., Elishc- 

bah ('E\io-a/3£r),the wife of Aaron. 
ril^vK p- n. of a place on the shores 

of the Mediterranean. 
JJ-lt^'yX (whose salvation is God), p. n. of 

a son of David. 



'?X 



w?hl 



D^ v ?^ (whom God pardons), p. n. of 

a man. 
JJDt?yS (whom God hears), p.n. of a m. 
y^' ,|, ?X (whose salvation is God), p.n., 

Elisha (' E\i(T(raloQ'\, the prophet. 
BBB^N (God is the judge), p.n. of a m. 
W>Kp.n.s see^nS^S- 

~ f v: * t t • v: 

N pron. m. pi. Ch.j same as Heb. 
n?X those, Dan. 3:12, 13. 
T)J?K with n parag. np^N % , "^NJKal fut. 
. 1. pers. ; see *p\ "Si- 

7/N root not used (Arab. passed away 

quickly). 

?# s., nothing, Job 24:25.; adv. wof; 

with the fut. •IKTJr'pN fear not; 

fcO"?X do not (I beseech vou), Gen. 

T v * " 

19:18. 
?vX rain things, vanity ; DvvX 
idofo, lit. vain things. 
v?N woe is me 1 seeTv^- 
T\k>K f., terebinth, Jos. 24 : 26 ; see ^-1N- 
|1?J$ m. — I. oak. — II. p.n. of a man; 
. see ^IX- 

U/C\ not used in Kal either in Heb. 
or Arab. Niph. D/fcO was dumb, 
silent, lit. tongue-tied. Pi. bound, 
like sheaves of corn, Gen.37:7. 

D?X m., silence; p"l¥ D?S is justice 
'silent? Ps. 58:2; b'pK rW Me 
dore of silence, title to Ps. 56. 

D?N m., dwm& person; pi. DVOpX- 

H»^K f. (pi. DV2>^K and TXM^A), a 
sheaf of corn. 

)bpi< m., widowhood, Isa. 47:29. 

|b?tf m., a widower, Jer. 51:5. 

»HJu?X f., a widow. 

nWp?S for ni:p")« payees, Isa. 
13:22. 

rvi3»ta {., widowhood; pi. D 1, n-13p'?S. 



V 17 ) *pK 

^b?X m., some on?, a certain one, lit 
one not to be named; always joined 
with *J?&, which see. 
D^K and D^ ; see ^1«. 

u 3p /X a resinous and odoriferous 
wood, not the produce of Canaan; 
perhaps the red sandal-wood, 1 Ki. 
10:11, &c; in 2 Chron. 2:7, it is 
transposed to D^D-ISpX- 

TTlo?X p.n. of one of the descendants 
ofShem, Gen. 10:26. 

"=l?Pr^ (the king's oak), p.n. of a place 
in the tribe of Asher. 

19^, jb^>K, nxbx, n«rf>K, *±6s ; 

see u?K- 
DJJJ/X (God is his delight),p.n. of a. man 
|n^7^ (given of God), p.n. of a man. 
")D?S p. n. of a city. 
"TypX (God is Aw /te/p), p.n. of a man. 
rTlj^X (whom God adorns), p. n. of a m 
'•T-iyT'S (God my strength), p.n. of a m. 
*")Tj/?$ (God is his helper), p.n. of a m. 
T~Y7$8, tibyhx p.n. of a town in the 

tribe of Reuben. 
!~"!^y?X (made of God), p.n. of a man. 

&|7& learnt; fut. t£|g. Pi. e^K 
tawg-Ai. Hiph. part'f. nfo^Kt? 

(from f]?S), producing a thousand, 
Ps. 144:13. 
5^?^ m., a thousand; dual D*3?X too 

i... ...» r . - . - 

thousand; pi. D > 2/^ thousands 
D^K JIB^IP ttree thousand 
*]!?&$ 'D*$T)£ /orty thousand 
5]^K HJStp a hundred thousand 
□^Q?t? ^ptf a thousand thousands 

rmn '"bVk" io.ooo.ooo; ^8s.- 

t t : •• : - ' 'v v 

I. a chiliad (a troop of 1000 sol- 
diers); ^/^n i'^, x«X'«pxoc» cwn - 

mander of a chiliad. — II. a nation. 



B^N 



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?»« 



tribe (i.e. many persons). — III. pi. 

D* 1 !??^ oxen; see below. — IV. p.n. 

of a city in the tribe of Benjamin, 

Jos. 18:28. 
f]?5<, 5pX Ch., a thousand. 
C)-1PK adj., familiar, tame, Jer. 1.1 : 19. 

s. — I. a friend. — II. an ox (a 

tame animal). — III. head of a tribe 

or family, (pvXapxog. 
xbz&$ (God the deliverer), p.n. of a m. 
^SJs&tf (God who performeth), p.n. of 

a man. 
JQV^K p.n. of a man; see i^V^K- 

' T.T ; ".* * ITT. v; 

Y/H (Syr./te urged). Yx.jpK. pressed, 

urged on, Jud. 16:16. 
D-1p?K m., Prov. 30:31, D-1p^ ^O 

'.ftjjj a king who is irresistible; 

" against whom there is no rising 

up," Eng.Ver.; meaning uncertain. 
n3pbX (for whom God cared), p. n. of 

t't; v 

a man. 
^p?K p.n. of a people. 
IplFip^ p.n. of a city; same as T?ifi- 
XPB%, H|?n^ P- n. of a city of the 

Levites in the tribe of Dan. 
ipPyX p.n. of a city in the tribe of Judah. 

DN f. (with suff. *m ; pi. rtfEU*).— I. 
a mother. — II. a grand-mother. — 
III. a step-mother.— W . metropolis, 
chief city; TjTin DK mother, i.e. 
head of two ways, Ez.21 :26. — V 
nation, entire people, 
tlEiK f. — I. fore arm, hence: — II. a 
cubit, measure of 21-888 inches; 
dual C^HEN two cubits; *^ 

rhm ten cubits; nm ntaDeo^ 

three hundred cubits. — III. a basis 
or pedestal, Isa. 6:4. — IV. p. n. of 
a hill, 2 Sa. 2:24. 



HBK f. Ch., cubit. 

r\m f. ( P i. ntoN, eroaj), /**&& 

tribes. 
HEX f. Ch., the same. 

DX cond.pa. — I. surely, truly, this is 

its radical meaning, hence: — II. 

if; DK...DK whether. ..or; DS"1j;, 

D*r*^-ny whilst, until— III. if? 

whether? DK...DN, DK...H, 0K)...q 

whether?... or? — IV. used as an 

asseveration Dfc has the power of 

denial, 50"l3X of affirmation ; 

nbj;$~Di$ let me be accursed if 

I do it, i.e. I will not do it. — V. 

in comp. DSH same as «?H is not? 
.t " : 

N?~DK unless. 

^NDKPN Hos. 4:6; perhaps for 

^KDKDK i. e.^DKpK Kal fut. 1. 

pers. with suff. ; see DKD- 

HkX f. (with suff. ♦nog; pi.n".nofcf; 

const. ninpX), maid-servant ; "j'3 

i"l£&$ servant. 
nirTDK pi.; see HDX- 
nm, hm ; see D$ 
|iOK, |-1DK, HJtDK ; see |D8- 
f»,DK (strong), p.n. of the father of 

Isaiah, Isa. 1:1. 
"•ftK p. n. of a man. 

• T * 

D^DK p.n. of one of the giant races in 

Canaan. 
]>•>£>{* strong; see}*EK- 
"V1DK top; see 10K. 

1 • T J 

/D^t root not used; was weft. Pul. 

7?pK sic&, wasting, declining. 
r~6pS f., pained, sick, Eze. 16:30. 
^DS m., wasting with disease, Ps. 

6:3. 
^IDK m. (pi. D7J»8),tt?«te* /«>«<* 

wen, Neh.3:34 



DttX 



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"WDK 



32X p. n. of a city. 

DN I. was true, faithful ; part. 
D*>1DK Me faithful.— II. rmrsed, 
brought up; part, j EK /osf er-father, 
nurse. Niph. |EiO — I. was swre. — 
II. ?/;as enduring, durable; JV3 
JftiO an enduring house. — III. was 
faithful. — IV. was carried (as a 
child), Isa.60:4. Hiph.^pKH con- 
fided, entrusted, believed, relied on, 
followed by 3, ? with inf. 

|OK Ch. Aph. \&h entrusted. 

|£>N m., artificer, Cant. 7: 2. 

}bS m. — I. a true thing, truth ; 
T/ K *n$X Me God of truth.— II. 
formula of acquiescence, Amen, 
so be it. 

\)ftit m. — I. constant, unvarying, Pro. 
8:30. — II. same as flftH Me mwZ- 
titude, Jer. 52: 15. — III. p.n. of an 
Egyptian idol Amoun in j'lDN JO, 
which see. — IV. p.n. of a king of 
Judah. 

pftX m. — I. a faithful, true, sincere 
one. — II. educated, brought up, 
Lam. 4:5. 

|E>K m., faith; adv. truly. 

njDN f., beam, lintel, 2 Kings 18: 16. 

r&h» i. f.of n»« ; ru-iEs in* w 

tv: ' t t •;: tt • •- 

his hands were made steady, true. 
—II. faithfulness.— -III. frwM. PI. 

fOOtf f. — I. covenant, contract, Neh. 

T T -; 

11:23. — II. p.n. of a river near 
Damascus. — III. of a region. 

ruptf I. adv., truly, indeed. — II. f., 
education, nursing, Est. 2:20. 

DipX, D3DX adv., certainly, verily; 
* h\n$T\ 'indeed? 1 Kings 8: 27. 

n»K f. 'faith suff. inp«).— I. per- 



manency, durability. — II. truth. 
especially religious truth; used foi 
truthfulness in God, and piety in 
man. 
I'WDK, |WDK {faithful), p.n. of a son 
of David. 

VDX (imp. YD$ ; fat. fDNJ), was 

powerful, courageous; with |p pre- 
vailed, iras mightier than. — Pi. I. 
strengthen, Job 4: 1. — II. repair (a 
house), 2Chro.24: 13. — III. fasten, 
secure, Pro. 8 :28. — IV. encourage. 
— V. 'Q 3? 'X harden the heart. 
Hiph. strengthen, confirm. Hith. 
acquired power, took courage. 

y'lptis strong, prevailing. 

I'DN m., vigour, Job 17:9. 

Y'Dtt m.,powerful,vigorous(of hoi-ses} 
pLD^K Zee. 6:3. 

PISES f., strength, Zee. 12:5. 

t ; - 

*VP^ (strong), p. n. of a man. 
njVto«, -in^VPN* (strengthened of God), 

p. n., Amaziah king of Judah. 
D*-¥!?NO m. pl. ; nb *$£K» cen- 

firmers of power, Job 36: 19. 

)w2\ I. he said (to any one, with ?Nt, 
? ; of any one, with ? and accus.) ; 
sometimes same as 121 /<e spoke; 
inf.lbfcs? saying. — II. commanded. 
— III. he thought, lit. As spake 
inwardly, Gen. 44:28, Ex. 2:14, 
&c. &c. '13^3, 133^3. Niph. was 
said of or concerning any one (with 
7) ; impers. IfoW. i£ is said; with 
7 if w said to some one. Hiph. 
made declared, "avouched," Eng. 
Ver., Deu. 26: 17, 18. Hith. were 
declared, published, made famous. 

"IDK Ch., he said, commanded. 

112$ m. — I. same as 121 a discours? 



IDS ( 20 ) 

speech; b$ "HPS the words of God. 
— II. an appointment, declaration, 
Job 20:29; with suff. npK; pi. 

• t -; 

IDS m., enunciation, expression, say- 
' ing; same as "IZH a thing, a 
matter. 
ipS (taW), p. n. of a man. 
IBS Ch., a lamb, Ezr.6:9, 17, &c. 
!T"ipS f., word, declaration, discourse; 

T pi.' rimog- 

mftS f., the same. 
T*PK m., the pod which contains 
the fruit of the palm tree, Isa. 
17:6. 
")DSD m., edict, command, Ezr. 1 : 

T 15, &c. 
""IpSp m. Ch., the same. 
"HPK {eloquent), p. n. of a man. 
^fotf the Amorite; LXX.'Apoppcuof. 
nn?0S and -innpS p. n. of a man. 
^SHIpK p. n. of the king of Shinar, 
T Gen.l4:l,9. 

t£^&$ yesterday, lit. the day before 

last night. 
r\ft$ truth; seejDS- 
nnripssacA; see!"iriD- 

^PS (truth-teller), p. n. of the father 

of the prophet Jonah, Jon. 1:1. 
fN, TON, n:S; see *N- 

l > T* T T ' V T 

|S Heliopolis; see }1S- 
frOK , H3K Ch., pers. pron. /. 
N3K interj., gently, I pray, 8fc. 
nis Ch., for rOK ; see IS in nnS- 

jriJK; seeynav 

HJX /ie suffered, Isa. 3: 19. Pi. H3S 
Ae caused pain, Ex. 21:13. Pu. 
was made to suffer, Pro. 12:21, 
Ps. 91:10. Hith. part. !""!3.Snp 



1« 

affecting irritation, seeming to be 
irritated, followed by ?• 
mriSS p. n. of a city. 

t~:t-; e 

H^S f., suffering, pain, Isa. 29:2. 
iTOXPI f., the same, Lam. 2:5. 
"OS com., a ship; collectively, a fleet 
n*JS f., a ship. 

t* t: 

HDSn f., sexual impulse, Jer. 2:24. 
nDS'n f. opportunity, revenge, Jud.l4:4. 
•IDS com., we, Jer. 42 : 6 ; see *?3fct 

pUfcjfc m., f\3S f. pron. pi. Ch., ttewj 

More. 
PUK p. n. ; see BOX- 

PDK- Niph. mSJJ /*e sig/ied (the things 
sighed for preceded by ?])., |P)- 
nn3S f., sighing, sobbing. 
^s7; ' see >33N- 
♦3K, n^S, ri*3K ; see H3S- 

• t; t" t: t," -; 

DyOS (mourning of the people), p.n. of 

a man. 
"?pX m. — I. lead. — II. a plummet, Am. 
T ~7:7,8. 

'Oitf (contr.^S; with the pause *3K) 
pers. pron. J; pl.-13n3S, sometimes 
tom (-1DS Jer. 42:6), we. 

ptf. Hith. I.DiSlin fte groaned, Nu. 
11:1, Lam. 3:39. 

DjJtf urge, force, Est. 1:8. 
D3K Ch., the same; trouble, Dan.4:6. 

£|J^ (fut. P|3N' > .), breathe through the 
nose, snort; hence was irritated, 
angry (with 3). Hith. f]3Snn 
became angry. 
P|K m. (with suff. »BK).— I. wore; rQl 
P]S disdainful, haughty, lit. turned 
up of nose, Ps. 10:4. — II. ang-er; 
dual D^SS I. nostrils by synecd. — 
II. face, countenance; ""SST 5 same 



*|K ( 21 ) 

as " , 3D? in the sight of, before; 
D^SX nnX H3ft one of two persons, 
i. e. a double portion, 1 Sa. 1:5. — 
III. anger, 'K 1]"1S «/omj to anger; 
'X ")Vi? '/wicft to anger, hasty. 

$ also; see in its place. 

5|3K Ch., dual, nostrils, face. 

riQJS f., name of an unclean bird, 

t t ~: 

«heron," Eng. Ver. ; LXX. x a P a " 
dpioc, Lev. 11:19, Deu. 14:18. 

}jX cry out for pain; inf. p3jtf ; fut. 
pjjg. Niph. pJKJ /arnew^. " 

•"IJ5DX const. npiS f. — I. crying out 
for pain. — II. name of a reptile 
so called from its cry, Lev. 1 1 -.30. 

/ J$\ rootnot used. (D3K Ch., compress, 
compel). Part. B^J« m., ilK«ti« f. 
incurable (of a wound), grievous, 
mortal, unlucky (of a day), ma- 
lignant (of a disposition) ; Niph. /if 
became mortally sick, 2 Sa. 12 : 15. 

8^13 jSI m. — I. man (as mortal and 
miserable). — II. mankind. — III. 
plebeian, low person; pi. D^ISO&S 
(const. >KbN ; with suff. SpfiW& 
□n^N), man, men; see K^tf — 
IV.' B%K p.n. of a son of Seth. 

8WK, E>3K Ch., man. 

t v: tv * 

iFu^S Ch., pers. pron. m., thou. 

Dtf {healing), p.n. of a king of Judah. 

•IDS cup; see^-ID. 

•IDK, "TDK, "VDK 6ottn<Z; see 1DK- 

^DX harvest; see F|DX« 

JpN m., pi. ED^PpX store-houses, 
granaries; LXX. rapela. 

?fr> root not used; (Arab, death, des- 
truction). 
DN m., injury, death by accident. 
3pX p. n. of a man. 



QDX 

"l33pK p. n. of an Assyrian general. 
J13DK {belonging to Neith), p. n. of the 

wife of Joseph. 
D^DK Syr. for DnjtfDK Pi. fut. l.pers. 

with suff. ; see ij?D. 

S]DK (inf. SJDK ; const. S|*DS ; with 
suff. ^apN; fut. tjbNJ, with suff. 
*3gp£; 'l .'pers. ^Dgtttand Cpfc) .— 

I. collected, gathered (with ^>N! and 
?JJ before the place in which). 
— II. take away, take off, destroy ; 
*l&^p3 'K he deprived himself of 
life. Niph. f)DK3 I. was gathered, 
received. — II. was taken away, 
ceased. — III. perished, Hos. 4:3, 

(with Sk, h, hv_); teJT?*? o 

VnilN", VJ3JT, was gathered to 
his people, fathers, i.e. was buried; 
used in this sense alone ^0X3 Nu. 
20:26. — Pi. I. gather, receive. — 

II. close the rear of a march, 
Nu. 10:25, Jos. 6:9, 13. Pu. was 
gathered. Hith. PjDXnn gather 
themselves together, Deu. 33 : 5. 

P|DK {collector), p. n. of a man. 
F|p& m., ingathering, harvest of fruits. 
^DX m., harvest of apples. 
HSDK f., collection, gathering, Isa. 

T 24*:22. 
O^QDK m. pi., collection of stores or 

money, storehouses. 
Hi SDS f . pi., the same. 
^Qpfc Kal fut. 1. pers. with suff. 1 Sa. 

15:6; Kal part, with suff. 2 Ki. 

22:20; see P)DK- 
PlpQp^ m., with the article SjpQpKn 

mixed multitude, Nu. 11:4. 

N J jBDK Ch. adv., exactly, carefully 
quickly. 



DDN 



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DIN 



XnQDS p. n. of a son of Haman. 
t t : - * 

"OX (fut.lb«1 and "IDXp .— I. he tied, 
lound, followed by?; m3"l»n /« 

' • ; ' t t : v - 

yoking the horses to the chariot. — 
II. nDrfep >K he kept together the 
battle, i. e. made his troops attack 
closely and continuously. — III. 
W^yhjl "IDS "IpS he bound him- 
self by an oath ; part. "Vl DS captive, 
prisoner. Niph. becoming bound. 
Pu. taken, reduced to bondage. 

"1-1 DK m., chain; pi. Cn-lDS ; 1V3 
~\)Q$n prison. 

"V)DS Ch., the same. 

"VpS m., a captive. 

"VpSm. — I. captive. — Il.p.n.ofaman. 

IDS m., an obligation. 

*1DS m. Ch., the same. 

IDS m., the same. 

Ip'lD m.; see in its place. 

fnn - "lpS p. n.,Esar-haddon king of 
Assyria, the successor of Senna- 
cherib ; LXX. 'A<70jOC?dj\ 
D^DSKalfut. l.pers.withsuff.; seelD^- 

••t: v 

"IfiDS (star), p. n., Esther queen of 
Persia; her name before was HD^n 
Est. 2:7. 

yX m. Ch., same as Heb. ]-*# wood. 
S"jS nose; see P]3S- 

f|N part., also, moreover, nay, indeed; 
^3 P|X indeed, truly; "J»N *2> 5|K 
hath (God) indeed said, Gen. 3:1. 

r|S Ch., the same. 

DiTSDS Hiph. fut. 1. pers. with suff.; 
see HSD- 

"TijDfcjs he put on the Ephod, Ex. 29:5, 
Lev. 8 : 7 (with ? of the person, 
and 2 of the thing). 
"TlDS m.— I. Ephod, a garment worn 



by the priesthood; /S SKO he wore 
the ephod, i. e. he fulfilled the 
priest's office. — II. perhaps the 
name of an idol, Jud. 8:27, &c. 
fHDS f., made like an ephod; pro- 
bably the dress of an idol. 
IDS p. n. of a man. 
p.SK camp; see pD- 

HipX baking. Niph. baked. 
PISS m., a baker; pi. D *£>"&?• 
HBfc f., the same; pi. JYlDK- 
HDSTD m., bakemeat. 
•IDS Syr. for -IDS imp. pi. of the verb 

hds- 

CS 1S&\, ISN pa., o{>v, drj, now, then; 
/S |3 DS if then it be so; /S ITS 
where then? /S HO u>Aaf Men? 

T 

/S -lyn yivuHTKiri ovv\ know then! 
T\QK ephod; see IDS- 
ITDS p. n. of a man. 
D)SS p. n. of a man. 
P^DS swelling; see pDN- 

/SN root not used (Arab, set as the 

sun). 
S^DS m., H^DS f.— I. concealed.— 

II. t>ery darA. 
7DS m., obscure. 
?DS m., f/izc/j darkness; more intense 

' than "q^n. 
H^DS f., 'darkness; /S ^E?n tAfeft 

/DSft m., darkness. 

HvDSD f., extreme da>-k7iess, Jer. 

t: •• : - ' 

2:31. 
7.?DS (Judgment), p. n. of a man. 

(SN root not used; same as HiDD fura, 

I " T T T 

roll. 
jD'lS m., wheel; const. JDS ; pi. 






JBK ( 23 ) 

|Q"N season (Trtpiotfoc) ; 1^BN"?J> *l!^ 
a word in season, Pro. 25: 1 1. 

D§X m. — I. termination, extremity; 
JHjSI ,, P2S ends o/ f/ie ea-rf/i; dual 
D^DpN two extremities, i. e. of both 
feet; the soles or ankles, Eze. 47:3. 
— II. deficiency, wanting; DDK? 
without, lit. in Mere no* feeing-, fol- 
lowed by the genitive of the thing; 
/K HJJ Mnfi^ there is none; *DBK 
oesides me; DBN2 without; DDNE> 
o/, /rom nothing; N 3 DBN earcepi, 
nn/ess. 
D^ISH DQX p.n. of a town in the tribe 
of Judah, 1 Sa. 17 : 1 ; see D*Eft DB 

JflSN m., an adder, Isa. 41:24; see 

njJBK ctdcier; see PI5JB. 

*|$X endose, /iem in; pret. pi. -IBBX ; 

" "with suff. ^"IBBif. 
p*D& Kal, root not used; (Arab.rmfed 

I - T ' 

many countries). Hith.pB^nH I. 
went on, proceeded. — II. restrained 
himself from proceeding, Gen. 45 : 1, 
&C. ; LXX. avsx°l iai > h K P ars{j - 
Ojuai. 

p>BN m. adj. — I. mighty, eminent 
man, Job 12:21.-11. river, tor- 
rent, — in. the bosses of a shield, Job 
41:7. — IV. swellings of the sea. — 
V. p.n. of a city in the tribe of 
Asher, Jud. 1:31, same as: — 

pBK p.n. — I. of a city in the tribe of 
Asher.— II. of a city in the tribe 
of Issachar. 

npB$ p. n. of a town in the moun- 
tains of Judah, Jos. 15:53. 
*1lD^ root not used; (Arab, casting 

- T 

away). 



btX 



"1BK m. — I. ashes. — II. any thing 
worthless. 
TBIX p. n. of a kingdom; see in its 
place. 

^SN m. (transpos. of "INS)), a tiara, 

crown, 1 Ki. 20:38, 41.' 
D"IBN chicken; see fnB- 

|V"]jBfc$ m., LXX. cpopHov, car, sedan, 
Cant. 3:9, 10. 

QH.BN P n - — l-Ephraim, the younger 
son of Joseph. — II. the tribe that 
descended from him. — III. after- 
wards, the kingdom formed by the 
ten tribes that revolted from the 
house of David. 
mBK, nmSK p.n.— I. of a city in 

t : v t t : v x 

the tribe of Judah: called also 
DrrrrVS — II. same as D?1BK, 
Ps'.132:6. 
TDBK l.anEphraimite. — II. an inha- 

y t : v 

bitant of Ephratah. 
fcOD"]^ p. n. of an unknown people, 

T Ezr. 4:9. 
fcOap'IBfc? p.n., as above, Ezr. 5:6. 
KpflDIBK p. n. of the inhabitants of 

a city in Assyria, Ezr. 4:9. 
nSlN, HSKJ Niph.fut. apoc. 1. pers.for 

'nnsN; see nriB- 

DJlBN pa., thus then, then moreove . 

Ezr. 4:13. 
jiSV^ p- n. of a man. 
yg&jfftHgvr; seeJDV- 
njf-VK Hiph.fut. l.pers.with H parag ., 
T see JJtfV 

/¥^ I. holding bach, withholding, 
with jft — II. laying up with one's 
self, with 7 • Niph . contracted, Eze. 
42:6. Hiph. withhold; fut. 7SK*1, 
Nu. 11:25. 



*¥N ( 24 ) 

^VX m. (Arab, rooted, firm). — I. 

nobleman, Eze. 24:11. — II. end, 

extremity, Isa. 41:9. 
b*X$ m. joint, suture; D^T V?K 

the wrists. 
?VN p. n. — I. of a man. — II. of a 

place near Jerusalem, Zee. 14:5. 
^>¥K prep., near; i?¥NE> near; i^V^P 

near him. 
HvVK p.n. of a man. 

t : — : * 

D¥& p.n. of a man. 

n*iy r V5< bracelet; see iy¥- 

p-IJtf Kal fut. l.pers.of the verb; see 

'" pV. 

iaCS treasured. Niph. Zai(i «p, Isa. 

23:1,18. Hiph. Tijin appoint as 

treasurer, Neh. 13:13, with ?y ; 

fut. with H parag. m^ltf- 
■WX m. (pi. n'miX).— I. treasury. 

— II. treasure; 'XH T\^2 I. trea- 

sure-house. — II. warehouse. 
"I^K p.n. of a man. 
?p£x Kri, Jer. 1:5, Kal fut. 1. pers. 

withsuff.; seel^- 
rnpX carbuncle; see PHp- 

Ipffs m., gazelle, Deu. 14:5. 

npK Kal fut. 1. pers. of the verb T\\>?- 

iinpN for PinpK Isa. 5C :12, Kalfut. 1. 

pers. with h parag., from Pip?. 
nS"JpS Kal fut. 1. pers. with T\ parag., 
from fc<"lp- 
*1*K light; see "lfc*. 
X"1K p. n. of a man. 
**"#?» N"tt?} Niph. fut. apoc., from 

/K"li$, vK"lX name of Jerusalem; see 

J Iv lying in wait, ambush; with p, 
$J> ; fut. nn^, part, ITlK ambus- 



T1X 



cader. Pi. part. pi. D^2")jStO lying 
in wait. Hiph. //e places an ambush, 
1 Sa.15 -5. 

2*]X p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 

"Q*!^ a native of Arabia. 

H")JSI m., lying in wait, place of am- 
bush, Job 37: 8, 38:40. 

2"}K m., the same; with suff. U'nX- 

n3"l^ f.,the same; pi. nU")K; const. 

nmx. 

: t 

n3"l^ m., a species of locust, from 

i"Q*l was many. 
!"!2nX f. — I. net or wicker work to 
cover windows: hence, — II. win- 
dow. — III. pigeon-holes, Isa. 60:8. 
IV. applied to the visible heavens, 
Gen. 7:11, 8:2. — V. a chimney, 
Hos. 13:3. 
m2"lK (plots), p. n. of a place in the 

tribe of Judah. 
3"}XE> m., ambush, ambuscade. 
?N2"!K p.n. of a place, Hos. 10: 14; 

see rVS- 
JJiHK p. n. of a giant. 
VZ'iKfour; seejm 

»' 1*7 I. plaiting the hair, Jud. 16:13. 
— II. weaving, Isa. 59 : 5 ; part. !HK 
a weaver, f. PI J "IN- 
!QX m. — I. texture, web, Job 7: 6. — 
II. weaver's comb, Jud. 16: 14. 

^IHK p. n— I. of the district of Og. 

— II. of a man. 
H-H^ Ch., purple, same as fJpinX- 
TpN bag; see TJH- 
j-05 ]CS m., purple. 
TlK p. n. Ard, a son of Benjamin j 

^.l^ patronymic of Ard. 



-nx 



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nx 



KTIX p. n. of a man. 

H"lX I. pluck fruit, Ps. 80:13.— II. 

gather. 
HIS! Nu. 22:6, imp. with !"l parag.; see 
'lIX- 

n'niS f. pi., itables, stalls for beasts, 
2Chron.32:28. 

j ninx f. pi., const, ninx. 

(rrinx f. pi., const, ninx — i. stalls. 

— II. stable. 
HX m., a lion; pi. D"~lX and ninx. 
i"inX m., a lion. 
iin'x m. Ch.,a lion; pi. jV^X- 
tJJlS Isa. 16:9, transpos. for Tj.VHX or 

^)*TK (same as i"P*Y). Pi. fut. 1 . pers. 

with suff. ; see nil- 

^*")Si ^"TK ( lion °f God). — I. a 
name of the altar of burnt-offer- 
ing. — II. a name for Jerusalem. 
— III. p. n. of a man. 

7X"]X (the same), p. n. of a man. 

vX"!X (the same), p. n. of a man. 

0PX1X m., "their valiant ones," Isa. 
33:7, Eng. Ver. ; probably for 
Qij? HX")X / will appear unto 
them (Lee). 

i'VlX com.— I. ark, chest; nnan friX 
nnyn, &r6$, the ark of the co- 
venant. — II. coffin, mummy -case, 
Gen. 50:26. 

V")K Ch., behold! see! 

'] ]?> p- n., Aradus, a city and district 
on the coast of Phoenicia. 
TnK ; , nhX p. n. of a man. 
ny^ repairing ; see "pX- 
HO-VlX p. n. of a city. 
Wt?1"Wj Syrians; see ^EHK, D1X- 
DbilX for DD'nriX Hith. fut. I. pers.; 
see C-11- 



' 1*7 was firm, closely packed; part 

Tq tw 

PX m., cedar; pi. CHX, const. 
• v • t~: 

■"IPX f., c«iar wainscot, Zep. 2: 14. 

H iJn /je goelh to herd ivith, Job 34:8; 
part. PnX traveller. 
fTlX (wanderer), p. n. of a man. 
m_X com. (with suff. *IT}K; pi. 

nirnx; const, rnrnx; with suff. 

DJirnX and HX). — I. way, road, 
path. — II. mode or manner; 'X 
mrV icay of the Lord, i. e. the way 
that pleases the Lord; D^PI /X 
//ze way of life, i. e. that leads to 
life; D?iy /X the old path, i.e. the 
manners of ancient times. — III. 
wayfaring man. 
ITlX m. Ch., the same; pi. jrHX- 
nrn'X f. — I. step, progress. — II. tra- 
velling company, caravan. 
nn"]X f. — I . fixed portion, ration. — II 
portion generally. 

*"!& n r>.& riin«, ninx, bxn«; P . 

n.; see HHX- 
HHX p. n. of a son of Haman, 'Api- 

daicg 
XnTHX (strong), p. n. of a man. 
^inx p.n. — I. of a king of Ellasar, 

Gen. 14: 1.— II. of a Chaldean. 
''pHX p. n. of a son of Haman. 

(fut. T\$} m ; pi. -ID")^), was long, 



became or was made long; "13"lX 
CDTI w he had tarried there 

■ T " 

many days, Gen. 26:8. Hiph. 
"ijnxn trans, make long, prolong; 
'B s< 0) '!"! lengthen his days, pro- 
long life; i£>£0, iSX )T\ was long, 
suffering, patient. 
HD-nX, HD"1X f. — I. lengthening out. 
3 



T« 



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KHK 



— II. repairing, restoring, healing; 

(Arab, the same). 

Ch. (part. *?JpN), becoming, 

suitable. 
TpK (const. ^\~)$),long; 13X11 /« with 

long pinions, Ecc. 7:8; D'JSK /X 

slow to anger; £1-1*1 /X uaKpoOv/xog, 

long-suffering. 
*pN! p. n. of a city of Shinar, Gen. 

10:10; hence ^ISIX an inhabi- 

"t : : - 

tant of Erech ; 'Sitf the same, 
"pjtf m., length (of time and space); 
'with suflf.imX- 

: t 

*ptf m., *13**iN f., long, lasting long. 

K3TO, n*3**iX f. Ch., time, duration. 

T\2\3hto the knee, Dan. 5:6; see pi- 

D"jX f. (const- D"1K), p.n., Aramea; the 
region of Damascus and Syria to 
the Orontes and Mesopotamia; /X 
QHD.3 Mesopotamia; D"JX p3 
Padan Aram; *"Q1¥ 'X part of 
Syria; pGjto'*! 'X Syria o/ Da- 
mascus; TOy_Q 'X the region be- 
yond Jordan at the foot of Anti- 
Libanus; ninTrTQ /tf part of 
Syria; see "Up- 

^""IK m., S7/Han (finW ; pi. D^K 
' and D s pn«). 

rWitf adv., in Syriac, in the lan- 
guage of Syria. 

pft"}« m. (pi. const. ntop-lK), palace. 

^?to*1X p.n. of one of the sons of Saul. 

j]N m., the mountain ash, Isa. 44: 14; 

LXX. ir'iTVQ ; Vulg. pinus. 
pX p. n. of a man. 
pX p. n. of a man. 

rQlpK f., the hare, Lev. 11:6, Deu. 

14: 17 ; (Arab, the same). 
PPN {sounding, see }p), p.n., Arnon, 



a river which bounded the land of 

Israel to the east. 
jpX p. n. of a man. 
IpN (nyU? 2 Sa. 24: 15). p. n., Arau- 

nah, the Jebusite. 

jn*$, ^JJI^? m. Ch. — I. f/ie earfA. 
— II. an epithet: low, inferior, fol- 
lowed by I'D- 
rPJptf f. Ch., low, mean. 
*12)"1X p. n. of a city of Syria. 
TgOBIg p.n. of a son of Shem. 



[*£ f., sometimes m. (with art. )pXn ; 
with suff. iyiK; pi. nW*ltf)'.— i. 
earth. — II. the world. — III. the 
ground; n¥"lX on the ground. — 
IV. region, province. Pi. HIITIX 
I. lands, countries. — II. heathen 
nations. 
XV"1N p. n. of a man. 

P1&? f- Ch., the earth, Jer. 10: 11 

"nfcS (imp. "IX; with H parag. i"PX ; 
pl.-PlK; fut.*1X > ), denounce, curse. 
Niph. part. pi. OH&O denounced, 
cursed. Pi. pN denounce, bring 
onacurse; part.pl. Dp""]Xp. Hoph. 
fut. IX V is made accursed. 

T 

m^P f., cursing. 
DTlX p. n., Ararat, a mountain in 

Armenia. 
H*1K same as '•""Tin Ararite. 

• T-; • T-; 

b^lX. Pi. Bn&fcnK (with accusative 
n&W) espouse a wife by entering 
into a contract under a fine ; with 
21 of the sum mulcted. Pu. pret. f. 
nfenjK espoused; part.f. n^KD 

£^*"1&$ root not used; (Arab./ie desiied) 
TWIN* f., petition; LXX. Sstjglc,, Ps 
21:3. 



» 



niN 



king of Persia. 



( 27 ) 



OK'N 



Arta- 
xerxes, 



5*n"£*K (same as bfcODK), p.n. of am. 
^KH^S p.n. of a man; *— patronymic 
of above. 

2/N f., sometimes m. (with suff. it£*X, 
D3£>K, DB>K).— I. fire.— II. light- 
ning; D^n?K E^t< lightning. — III. 
heat of the sun, Joel 1 : 19, 20.— 
IV. appearance of God. — V. God's 
fierce anger. — VI. ardour of mind. 
— VII. great tribulations. 

K>N com. Ch., emph. state N^tfyjre. 

flB>K m. (const. n^«; pi. D*B>K,*B>K). 
— I. burnt-offering. — II. incense- 
offenng. 

ilK ; K f. (Dn^X Jer.6 : 29), for Dfi &>N 

{by) fire is consumed. 

'Sfc^fr*. p. n. of a son of Benjamin, *- 

patronymic of the same. 

SSJ'X p.n. of a man. 
t : v r 

i2Wi$ p. n. of a son of Saul. 
>J/?*^X p. n. of a son of Saul. 

Ifc/N root not used; (Arab, he rushed). 
IS^X m., bed of a river or brook; 'K 

Dvn|n bed of the torrents, Nu. 

21:15. 
mt^S foot, base of a mountain; pi. 

T nnB>« ; const. n'n^N*. 

lh^S (from VT&), p.n. ^f.^/itZoti fA^o- 
rog), a city of the Philistines ; 
nnK'K an Ashdodite ; rV T I. a 
woman of Ashdod. — II. in the lan- 
guage of Ashdod. 

I&'K woman; see £0N- 

WN f., foundation, Jer. 50: 15; from 

' rvi&>. 

V^K,-vl^K, n-1^/oof5^; see^S. 



"1-1 nK*^ p. n. of a man. 

KE^K p.n. of a god of the Hamathites, 

n^WX erection; see mt5*N. 

WWX foundation, Isa. 16:7, see WK, 

perhaps for ^K men, as Jer. 

48:31. 
nrWK, \WKfood; see^K- 

^[^K m., testicles, Lev. 21:20. 
^3*^ Eshcol; from ^5*^. 
D*-32>K Ch. Hiph. inf. abs.; from D3fc>. 
T33J^S p. n. of a people of North Asia. 
"ti^K a rich gift, Eze. 27: 15, Ps. 72: 
14; from "Ot^- 

/y ?N m., the tamarisk, a middle-sized 
thorny tree; tamarix orientalis 
(Linn.). 

D£>K and D^K (fat.DB%J).— I. urn 
guilty, sinned (when against any 
one, with ? : when in any thing, 
with 2 and p). — II. was conscious 
of guilt. — III. suffered for sin, Ps. 
34 : 22, &c. Niph. suffered the con- 
sequences of sin, Joel 1:18; Hiph. 
bring on the consequences of guilt, 
Ps. 5:11. 

0£>N m., guilty. 

DK'K m. — I. guilt, i.e. the conse- 
quence of sin. — II. a sacrifice to 
expiate it. 

nipf^K f.— I. (inf. of Dgfc), nVVitb 
r\2 to trespass therein, Lev. 5:26; 
Djin nft£ ; &6 so that the people 

t T ~ : - ; * x 

trespass. — II. guilt, trespass. — III. 
a trespass-offering, Lev. 6:5. 

D^ft^K m., "desolate places," Eng. 
Ver., Isa. 59:10; meaning uncer- 
tain. 

rnOfc/W f ., the three watches into which 
the night was divided ; root "iDti*- 



3t?X 



( 2S ) 



"RPK 



23lW m., a latticed window, Jud. 5: 

' 28, Pro. 7: 6. 
nSfeSW p. n. of two cities in the tribe 

t : - r 

of Judah. 
\yWit {a prop), p.n. of a city in the 

tribe of Judah. 
5)K>K m. Heb. and Ch. (pi. D^K), an 

enchanter. 
nSK^ f., quiver; /K "02 sons of the 

quiver, arrows, Lam. 3:13. 
nis^tf f. pi., dung, dung heap. 
nifiSt^ f. pi., the same. 
T3SK*£$ p. n. of one of the eunuchs of 

Nebuchadnezzar. 

iSwCs measure, cup, 2 Sa. 6:10, 
1 Chron. 0:3. 
I'viP^X p.n. of a city of the Philistines. 

)£/ N went straight on, walked along. 
— Vi. I. guide, lead aright. — II. con- 
sider, pronounce good, happy ; Pu. 
~l^«, WS — I. was guided.— 11. 
was esteemed happy. 

"l^S p.n. of one of the sons of Jacob; 
nt^K I. an Asherite. — II. p.n. of 
a city near Sichem, Jos. 17:7. 

"l£^N m. , happiness ; only in the const. 
' pi. as W%T\ s "l^tf blessed is the 
man, Ps. 1:1; ^X^ blessed art 
thou, Deu. 33:29. 

"I5J>&? m., happiness, Gen. 30: 13; with 

' suff. ngte. 

WKf.— I. a step.—U. wood of the 

box tree, Eze. 27 : 6. 
W«f.—I.step,Job31:7.— Il.p.n.f., 

Assyria, kingdom of; m., an Assy- 
rian; rn-IE'K into Assyria; 'K t|*Tn 
the way of Assyria. — III. D^-IE^S 
a race of Ishmaelites, Gen. 25: 3. 

'"Vlt^X p. n. of a man. 

M^WXm.Ch., wall, building t Eze..?>:3. 



"WNfl m., the box tree, lsa.41 : 19, 
60:'l3. 

II-' v? I- relat. pron. of every gender 

and number; he who, she who, it 

which, fyc. — II. note of the relative 

when it comes before pronouns 

and adverbs; '•n S-1PI "It^X he who 

lives; IDVTlS /K which is dust; 

r\?, V? 'tf to whom, sing.; DPI? <tf 

T r . ■•\ t 

]T}?, to whom, which, pi.; 1DX 'N 

njYtf, whom, which, sing.; DJ1S /tf 

\T)is, whom, which, pi. ; i^p""lJ^X 

whose tongue; r!2, 12 'X in whom, 

which; QV"lK2 'X in whose land; 

!)313» 'S/roffl whom; EDV N 

where; D^D N whence; Tllk? K 

' T • ' T|T 

whither; VD33 nnfi /K Mficfcr 

tt : — 

?y/i05e wings. — III. precedes pron. 
of the l.and2.pers.; *nkDn"]3»'X 
(ye) who have sold me; ?pFnn2 /^ 
Mee whom I have chosen. — IV. 
compounded with preps.; "It/XTl^ 
him whom; "1^X2 where; "^N3 
according to, as if, because, when; 
"lSJWIp from thence, whence. — V. 
preceded by adverbs; "IPIX, "1-12^2, 
|S!i ^ hv_> nnn connecting them 
with the following words. — VI. 
7 1£'K note of the genitive; 
rP2tf|?^ |fc&0 her father's cattle; 
i^^ conj. on, because, that; 'iva 
with fut.j since, when, ore; we- 
ars, with |3- 
~W with dag. forte (sometimes "t^j 
same as ")K>X relat. pron. and in its 
other significations; Dt^' where; 

S .TV 

^ o/, whose; "£>2 because; 

•$ Dj;p3 aJmosf; "J^ljf wnfi/. Foi 

")E^S and V ; see Noldii Concor 

dantiae, and Prof. Lee's Grammar 



->K>N ( 29 ) 

7^3 because, on account of; v£*3 
for my sake; *u?&?i or? whose 
account? "It^N ?^3, whatever. 

&$!&$ ( from "^ and ?*?). P- n - ol 
a man. 

nn^NI, m;&&f (probably m. of 

T ninTO, p. ri. of a deity of the 
Syrians; pi. D^*N and n'n.^K 
images of this idol. 
fcOI^N buildings; see "It^N- 

£^&'X root not used. Hith. -IB^Knn 
be men; see C^K- 
GWK m. pi., const. *&WN founda- 

> T r .. . -. 

Jions ; see in its place. 
n^'^S f., cake, -pancake; pi. D*~. 

p£'K m.pl. Ch., foundations. 
Ht^X woman; see KOX- 
VP^tf Ch. pret. pi. with K prosthet., 

'from nnts>- 

/XfitW p. n. of a town of the Danites. 

i-nViV^ Hith. of"nt^. 

jinp'Sl p.n. of a man. 

nbnt^ and JT.En^ p.n. of a town 

in the tribe of Judah. 
JIN sign; see HIS- 

I. HK m., ploughshare; pi. D^FlN and 
E^n« 1 Sa. 13:21; with suff. 

II r\H, "HH note of:— I. the accus. 
— II. the nom. with verbs pas- 
sive and neuter ; *|PBn*lK tOj?1 
thy name shall be called; with 
suff. '•n'K, >niK me; Sjn'K, TJ^US 
(with pause "^riiX ; with H parag. 
POnX, H3ni«) m., ^m f, Mee; 

ink Asm/ Wife far/.tirfa u*; 



Dnx 



DHniK JAew, m.; friK with H 
parag. HJpK, jnn'X Mem, f. 

III. JlN, i\i§ prep, with, by, on, besides, 
towards; /Q "0 STI X before some one ; 
with suff. '•riX smiA we; TJflX (with 
pause ^P)K) m., IJflK, ^flX f., with 
thee; inS wfi/i him; HFltf w^/i 
Aer; WAS with us; DDnX, JpPlK 
wi^A you; DP1X w^/t £Aew (some- 
times *nk, T in'K, &c) ; n^p 

denotes separation, from; ''FIND, 

^rrisp /row we; ^FiKE, tjrViki? 

from thee, fyc. 
Sy_2nS p. n. of a king of Sidon. 

uPlSs (sometimes P\tA m.; FIX, with 
pause FIX, sometimes '•FIX f.), pers. 
pron. Mow; DF1X m., }FlX, u^fiX 
f., ye. 

nHX (KriS isa. 21:12), cflme; pret. 
T pi. ^nk; imper. pi. VHX; fut. 

nn^, TT nrisn, Krjft, 1 n&) ; 

pi.' VnK\ ' Hiph. imper. pi. Vnn 
oring - ye. 
Jinx Ch., came. Aph.^FPn brought. 

Hoph. was brought. 
firVX m., entrance, Eze. 40: 15. 
SHlOfrf Hith. fut. 1. pers., from V^- 

j-IJ-liS com. Ch., furnace, Dan. 3:6, 
11, 15. 

p^lttK, iTHK m., gallery, Eze. 41: 

3,15. 
"•FIX p. n. of a man. 
VnS Syr. for VFlK which is for -IDN 

t •• J t v: v: 

imp. pi., from HFlK- 
•1TIS for -IJ^riS pret. pi. I. pers., from 

T xnK. nnk" 

T T T T 

DFIK, jFlK */ow; see FIFIX- 



D?n$, DSFJIX you; DFlX, DriFjK, j QFlS p. n. of a place in the desert. 



»nx ( 30 ) 

StoriN, S»MK, SittfiX yesterday; 



PX3 



same as 



jHK root not used (Arab, stepping 
shortly, she-ass). 
flHX f., she-ass. 

rnnx, |jn« gi#; see |m 

*3J1X (g^/0, P- n. of a man. 
^?|lfiX Kal fut. 1. pers. with suff.and 3 
epenth., from pH3- 

*)P\K m. Ch., place; *"={ 111X in Ma* 
p/ace, w/ien?; 1HX3 after; T^m? 

D^H^ m., places; or p.n. according 
to others Nu. 21:1. 



5 prep. — I. of place: in, among-, with, 
near, be/ore; never motion either 
to or in a place. — II. of time: in, 
within. — 111. used of the means or 
instrument: by, with. — IV. of the 
cause: for, because. — V. of thi 
rule: according to. — VI. by (in an 
oath). — "II. often prefixed to the 
inf. of verbs, translated by in or 
when; with suff. ""It; ^3 m. (with 
the pause ^3); 1J|f.; 'l3', 13; ti|; 
D33; DfjSLand DJ, |iJ3- 

1X3 imp. with Iparag.; D*X2,H*3part. 
pi.; 1DX3 inf. with suff.; J1X3 and 
11X3 pret. f. 2. pers., from X13- 

1X*3 entrance; see X13- 

KJ-1X3 wicked; see &>X3- 

*1X3, Pi. 1X3 — I. dig, cut upon or 
into, define well; with ?JJ — II. /na/tf 
c/ear, publish, Deu. 1:5. 
"IN 2 f. (pi. const. 1111X3). — I. well, 
cistern. — II. p. n. of one of the 
stations in the desert. — III. p.n. of 



a town in the tribe of Judah. 1X3 

D yX (the wll of heroes), p. n. of 

a well. ^Xl *rh 1X3 (the well of 

the living God that seeth me), p. n. 

of a well in the desert. JJ3K> "1X3 

(well of the oath), p. n. of a city in 

the tribe of Simeon. 1111X3 p. n. 

of a city in the tribe of Benjamin; 

^J11X3 > rn3, epithet of an inha- 

bitant'of Beeroth. \DV S "03 1YI1X3 
ii t _._ ... ... 

(wells ofthesons of Iaachan), p. n. 
of a station in the desert. 
"1X3 often, "113 m. — 1. well of water; 
well of bitumen, Gen. 14: 10. — II. 
pit or dungeon in which prisoners 
were kept; "1131 JV3 prison house. 
— III. grav e, sepulchre ; 11 3 ^ 1 "11 "• 
they that go down into the pit, 
i. e. the dead; 113 1JJ even to the 
grave; with 1 den, place, 113, 

pi. rv,ix'3, nii'3. 

X1X3 p. n. of a man. 
11X3 p.n. of a man. 

t ■• ; * 

"HXS p. n. — I. of the father of Hosea. 
— II. of the father-in-law of Esau. 

fc^X^l (fut.^X2^J emitted anill savour, 
stank. Niph. became fetid, in ill 
odour, i.e. hateful; (with 3, J1X). 
Hiph. t^fcOl rendered, made bad, 
i.e. odious; (with 3); int. stank, 
Ex. 16:24; did wickedly, became 
bad; (with Dj;), 1 Chron. 19:6. 

£>X3 Ch., was evil; (with h][), Dan. 
6:15. 

£ ; X3 m.— 1. stench; with suff. it?X3 
D£'X3. — II. evil, affliction. 

1£>X3 f., poisonous herb, probably 
hemlock, Job 31:40. 

0^X3 m. pi., wild, sour grapes, Is 
5:2,4. 



1X3 



( 31 ) 



P12 



&?-1N3 m. Ch., bad, wicked; i. emph. 

t : 

nnX2 after; see "IflN. 

?133 pupil of the eye; see 3-13. 

♦33 p.n. of a man. 

7ZlIlp.n.f. — I. Babylon; with H, sig- 
nifying place, H?33.— II. the king- 
dom of Babylon. 
^33 Ch. Babylonish; pi. const. ^33. 

•13 m., 33?, Eze. 23:7, a wrong read- 
ing; Kri T3p "for a spoil," Eng. 
Ver. 

$J3 (fat. "!«*., njll*; inf. I'm; const. 
Vl33; with s'uff. n}3), dissem- 
bled, acted perfidiously, cheated, 
with 3 and ]D ; part. 1^2 a per- 
fidious person. 
*n3m.(f.Lev. 6:20; with suff. HJ3, 
"ni3; pi. DM.33; const. H.ji, 
^ s nn33, Ps. 45:9).— I. wrapper, 
coverlet. — II. cloak, garment. — III. 
dissimulation, perfidy. — IV. rapine, 
violence. 
171*13*3 f. pi., great perfidy, Zep. 3:4. 
1133 m., rniJ3 f., perfidious, Jer. 3-. 
7, 10. 
M33 p. n. of a man. 
7?} 3 because; see 7?3- 
NJ"U3 p.n. of a eunuch ofAhasuerus. 

t : • * 

]J"I33 p.n. of a eunuch ofAhasuerus. 

*I3 m., fine linen; 0^3 linen gar- 
ments; see also 13 under 113. 

N )3 originated, innovated ; part, with 
'suff. D*H3 Syr. for DS73. 

I ill ? part. TTI^ separate, solitary 

person. 
"13 m., being alone, separate, apart; 

nl D >,: 13. — I. shoots, branches. — II. 



staves of wood. — III. limbs, mem- 
bers of the body. — IV. defences, i. e. 
princes, Hos. 11:6, &c. — V. lies, Is. 
16:6, &c. 

~I3p adv., alone, separate, only; '•pjtf 
'12^ l alone; tfilb HPIK thou 
alone; ^12? to thee alone; )12? 
he alone; )D 13? and 13?6 
besides; "lK'Ni *13 pb beside that 
which; ?H ~I3p the same. 

112 m., separate, alone, solitary ; T13? 
and 113 adv. apart, separate. 

112 p. n. of the father of Hadad 
king of Edom. 
"H3 same as 3 ; see *"1. 
rTH3 p. n. of a man. 

/ [3 Niph. it»as separated; with p it 
signifies, wn£o something ; with J£, 
/ra/n something; with ?NI, /te se- 
parated himself unto one thing 
■ done. Hiph. T^Iin I. made, 
caused division, const, with jD and 
/]yO II. distinguished, divided, 

with prw.-pa, pi^-pa, "?-P3 

— III. designed, with p- 
?"13 m., ]TS ?*13 portion of the ear, 

Amos 3 :12. 
7^3 m., fin; 7H3H }3K tta weigA/ 

a? £/ie plumb-line, the plummet. 
n'lpllip f. pi., separations, separate 

places, Jos. 16:9. 

M / l3 m. bdellium, a translucent and 
odoriferous gum; according to Lee, 
a precious stone, either the crystal 
or the beryl, Gen. 2:12,Num. 11:7. 

\"]2 p. n. — I. of a judge, perhaps the 
same as p"l3, 1 Sam. 12:11. — II. 
of another man, 1 Chron. 7:17. 

p~fe (Arab, tear, rend); inf. p)12 



p-Q 



( 32 ) 



an 



repairing injury, decay, 2 Chron. 
34:10. 
p"73 injury, decay in a building ; with 
'suff. t\[H2. 
"^13 p. n. of a man. 

^il2 Ch. same as Heb. "I|3; Pa. 
imper. -lTO sprinkle. 

^H^ (Arab. wid). 
•irt2 m., emptiness, destitution. 

Um3 m., marble, Est. 1:6. 

/HIl Niph. 7H31 — l.was terrified,as- 
tonished. — II. cast down, ruined, 
with h at, D from. Pi. 71121.— I. 
cause to hurry, hasten. — 11. astonish, 
confound, ruin; fut. 7H3\ Pu. 
part. 7H30 hurried, gotten too 
speedily. Hiph. T^HIin same as 
Pihel. 
7H3 Ch., Pa. affrighted, lthp. part. 

alarmed. 
n?ri3 i., fear, terror, ruin; pi. n'l^HB. 

. T T V r TV 

•l7 H ri2 f. Ch., hurry, haste, Ezr.4:23. 

npniinn f. ch., haste. 

t t : : • 

'—m3 root not used; (Arab, was dumb). 

HDri3 f. (const. DOnn ; with suff. 

^fnpna). — I. cattle. — II. mtcW 

wiZ(i beasts; pi. fl'lOPlS; const. 
niDHS, Job 40: 15, name of some 
stupendous quadruped. 

jnll m. — I. the thumb. — II. the great 
toe; pi. nbh3 
I H3 (thumb), p. n. of a son of Reuben ; 
}H3 |3N p. n. of a place in the 
tribe of Judah. 

PO-* root not used; (Arab, was 
shining). 



pH3 m., LXX.dX^of, a white scurf, 
cicatrix on the skin, Lev. 13:39. 

1(13 root not used; Ch. he shone. 
"Vn3 m., breaking through the clouds 

(of light), Job 37:21. 

rnil3 f., the white spot covered with 

hair which was the sure symptom 

of leprosy; pi. rVHnZl, Lev. c. 13 

3"in§ for Sinna Niph. inf. with the 

pref. 3 from 31 H- 
nE^H3 for n»K>H3 Hoph. inf. with 

t _ :t t-t;t r w 

suff. and pref. from DE 1 ^- 

&tt3 (fut. NUJ, Kbjl ; part. pi. D^3, 
^3), entered, came or wtf/2/ in, 
to/for, &c, with 7K, 3, £; K¥J 
N3-1 same as 1711, At; «;en/ m and 
ouJ, i. e. he lived familiarly; with 
Dyn "OS? to g-o before, lead the 
people ; JV13 Ki3 /ttf entered into 
covenant; Pl^K 7]J with 7tf K*13 
/tad connection with a woman ; 
!"!K3 t^pt^ Me ran was setting ; 
const, also with 7K, 3, *?, 7#, *1J/; 
D^P'S «1H advanced in years; 
with JIN, DJJ wercf wnM, had in- 
tercourse with, Ps. 26:4, Pro. 22: 
24. Hiph.NUn (with suff. iWlft; 
imper. Win, Kjn.^n; fut. K*S< 
frO*l) caused, made, induced to enter, 
come in; with ?V, 7, 7Nt. Hoph. 
X3-in brought in. 

ni^3 f., entrance. 

N130 m., entrance, porch ; N13P 
E>pfe>H place of sunset. PI. D^ltp, 
const. *N'np and Dto». 

NTlE in., entrance, 2 Sa. 3:25, Ez. 
T 43:ll. 

nN-13Fl f. — I. income. — II. store. — 111. 
profit. — IV. produce ; pi. niX-HR 






*03 



ntfiin f., Job 22:21 ; ^npiin from 

&03, fut. Kal with H parag. 

In3 Niph. part. 3-13J. — I. proud, in- 
solent, Job 11:12. — II. hollow. 
Hll f., apple of the eye, pupil ; 1133 
'pj? pupil, Zee. 2:12. 

n3 (fut. T-11 11 ), despised, neglected; with 

p comp. HT3, TT3- 
T-13 m. — I. contempt. — II. p. n. of a 
brother of Abraham, and of the 
nation he founded in Arabia De- 
serta; ^2 aBuzite. — III. p. n. of 
a man, 1 Chron. 5 : 14. 
nT-13 f., contempt, contemptible thing. 
^ P- n - 0I " a rnan. 

^JmZI Niph. T]il3 confused, perplexed , 
Ex. 14:3, Est. 3:15. 
nil3p f. ; confusion, perplexity, Isa. 
"22:5; Mic. 7:4. 
[1*113 Kal, part, from H33- 
M3 increase, same as >11^; see T 5 ! 1 '- 

H3 and j ip. — I. distinguished, dis- 
cerned. — II. perceived, understood, 
with 2, b&, b, W; part. D^3 
prudent persons; pret. }3, i^33 
and p3, *jrfo»3 ; fut. pi\ * Niph. 
J113 became discerning ; part, p 33 
wise: "O* 7 ! w;ise in word, elo- 

T T 

quent. Pil. }3 # 13 made Aim </is- 
cerning, Deu. 32:10. Hiph. p3H. 
— I. taught, explained, with ?, 
3, ?X — II. understood, was wise ; 
part. P3P skilful, learned; imper. 
Jin and pin; with suff. »33»inj 
fut pij, |1JV Hith. Jiiirin same 
as Niph. ; with ^K, 1, b& 1& 
p3 const. p3 s. — I. interval, midst ; 
dual D^J3 K^X /»a?» o/ ^o inter- 
vals, i. e. between the two armies, 



( 33 } pn 

1 Sam. 17:4. — II. prep, between, 
among, within; pi-V-.pi, ?—pi, 
P3p---P3 between. ..and (whether... 
or, Lev. 27: 12); with suff.^3, ^3; 
with pause ^2, W*3 ; with suff. 
pi. ?|»p.»3,W\3»3 and -13^3, D3^3. 
D,n^3; fern. DJ^yj"^ 
•WrfW3 among ; b n^3"?N the 
same; ^Tlftfrom between; fli^Sp 
? the same; p3~^JJ- up among; 
p33 in the midst. 
P3 Ch., among; pi. with suff. pn^pS- 
nD" 1 ! f., intelligence, discernment, pru- 
dence; Ch. the same. 
|-13Fl m ., nM3Jn f., under standing, pru- 
dence ; pi. nto-iiR 

n>13 [intelligence), p.n. of a man. 
"•Ml from PI33, p. n. of a man. 

T T *■ 

D^ (fut. 012} and Wljj part. pi. 
D^DIl) trampled, trodupon, despised. 
Pil. DD13 fcrod dott>?i (profaned holy 
place). Hoph. part. D3-1D trodden 
down. Hith. part. f. flppiinp be- 
come trodden down, Eze. 16:6, 22. 
nD-1ip f., treading upon. 
nD-llfl f., destruction, 2 Chron. 22:7. 



root not used, Ch. was boiling. 
n*iy3p3!Sl f. pi., spots on the skin. 

j*-)2 root not used; (Arab, fine linen). 
p-13, p3 m., /Svgo-oq, linen, fine linen 
p3 m.,' or W3 f., pi. D*> M 3 eggs. 

pVl3 (shining), p. n. of a rock near Gi- 
beah. 

plU root not used; (Arab, heavy rain; 
see pp3)- 
Hp-IS f, emptiness, devastation, Neh 

2:11. 
np-lip f., emptiness; the same, 
nil u?e#, same as "1N3 ; see 1^3 



in 



l-O (same as TT3), explored. 

^iS (pret. ^a, ni^a, -i&sna, ^a ; 

fut. E^n*. fiy'nk) ashamed, put to 
shame, blushed, with fp and ? ; 
&^3"*1JJ wn£i/ Met/ w^re ashamed. 
Pil. £^13 pw£ /o a stand, delayed, 
Jud. 5:28, Ex. 32:30. Hiph. 
G5»3n and &5»3i H (from cognate 
^n 1 *) brought to shame, confusion; 
part. ^30 bringing, causing 
shame, wicked. Hith. E^3fin 
become ashamed. Gen. 2:25. 

HEP-IS f., shame, ignominy. 

•*W3 f., the same, Hos. 10:6. 

HJP3 f. — I. shame, blushing. — II. ig- 
nominy. — III. an idol. 

B^3» m., pi. W3p secret parte, 
Deu. 25:11. 
D3DB>i3 Po. inf. with suflf. from D£>3 

Jl-)3 Ch.; H3 passed the night, Dan. 
6:19. 
IV3 m. (const. TV3; with suff. ^1V3, 
i)V3; pi. D\n3, const. *fi3)/Aa- 
bitation. — I. temple of God or idols. 
— II. palace. — III. house, tent, 
cave; (JV3 />V_ "IEPK mayw o/ the 
palace; T?* }3, or JY3 household- 
slave). — IV. sepulchre. — V. re- 
ceptacle of anything; EPS3 '•FIB 
perfume boxes, Isa. 3:20. — VI. 
family, race. With H parag. HJT3, 
const. HJV3, adv. inwards; JV3P, 

nn*3» wftAin; ^> n s 3, p ivsp, 

TV 3 m - Ch., Ziowse, palace, temple. 
JJV3 m., g7va£ house, palace, Est. 1 : 

T 5;7:7,8. 

The p.n. of many towns are com- 
pounds of 1V3j })X n 1 '!! in the 



( 34 ) JT3 

j tribe of Benjamin; ?£T"1»3 be- 

tween Jerusalem and Sichem; 
7gjJ n*3 a Bethelite; ^K /3 
in Samaria; ^K3"1K /3 -4r6c/a in 
Galilee; jiyp ^3 /3, |typ ^3 
and fiyp n*3 in the tribe of Reu- 
ben; H13 '3 {ferry-house) B;/0a- 
/Sa^a, near Jordan ; ">i03 /3 
in the tribe of Simeon; TJJ /3 
in the tribe of Judah; ?£?$ '3 
same as hfb$, see ^|j S'^DJ /3 
(see ?P|) in the land of Moab; 
£M]fcj1 '2, see D?0^3^; \m '3 
{temple of Dagon), in the tribe of 
Judah, also in the tribe of Asher; 
Din '3 and pn in the tribe of 
Gad; !T?jn '2 {place of partridges), 
town of the Benjamites in the 
tribe of Judah; }3n '3 (/icmse o/ 
mercy), in the tribe of Judah oi 
Dan; fWn '3 two towns in the 
tribe of Ephraimj niD^H '3 
town of the Reubenites on the 
shore of the Red Sea; "13 '3 a 
strong place of the Philistines in 
the tribe of Judah; 0"I3H '3 
{house of vineyards), in the tribe 
of Judah; JTIKZl'? '3 {place of. 
lionesses), in the tribe of Simeon; 
.On? '3 {house of bread) B>i9\dfi, 
in the tribe of Judah, see HHIDX; ! 
another town in the tribe of Ze- 
bulun; '•pnpH '3 a Bethlehemite ; \ 

rnajjp '3,' see n-jpj; ; Kite '3, 

see'xite; npy.p''3 a town at 
the foot of Hermon; pHlBn '3 
(from pn"l), on the banks of 
Kedron; rtolPH '3 {house oj 
chariots), in the tribe of Simeon; 
mpj '3 {place of pure water), 



rvn 



( 35 ) 



inn 



in the tribe of Gad; |TJJ '3 (ptea- 
sant place), a town near Damascus; 

njDTJJ '3, see njO^ J P^V.O ' 3 
(house of the valley), in the tribe 
of Asher; nfay. '3 (j?/ace o/ ecAo), 
in the tribe of Judah; Jl^y '2 
(the same), in the tribe of 
Naphtali; D*Jpn Tp '3 (place 
where shepherds bind their sheep), 
near Samaria; n3"J]|Jn '3 (place 
in the desert), on the confines of 
Judah and Benjamin; u?£> '2 
(place of flight), in the tribe of 
Judah; ityB '3 (see ityB), in the 
land of Moab, not far from Jor- 
dan; Y#B '3 (place of dispersion), 
in the tribe of Issachar; 1-1^ '3 
(house of the rock), in the moun- 
tains of Judah; 3 IT] '3 (see 3 ft"), 
DIK), a city of Syria; \f, \W '3, 
JK&J '3 (house of sleep), in the 
tribe of Manasseh, beyond Jor- 
dan; nU)&n '3 (see HEP), a town 
on Jordan; £>££/> '3 (house of the 
sun), name of several towns: a. 
of the Levites in the tribe of 
Judah; ^WrrrV3 inhabitant 
of....: {3. in the tribe of Naphtali; 
y. in the tribe of Issachar or 
Zebulon; d. same as jltf in Egypt; 

noiain a, see no-raft; man '3 

T ;- t :- ' 

(»>Zace of apple trees), in the tribe 

of Judah. 
from TT3 for t3, Zee. 4: 10; see M3- 
, n?2 spoiled; see TT3- 

13, -1XI3 Isa. 18:2, have spoiled. 

1 3 fame as m3 despised, spurned; 
const, with 7, 7)1- Niph. part. n|3p 
despised; pi. EZW23. Hiph. inf. 
niT3n ma&e despised, Est. 1:17. 



i"IT3 inf., despised, Isa. 49:7. 

}V-T3 m., greaZ contempt, Est. 1:18. 

n^riVT3 (despised of the Lord), p. n 

of a town in the tribe of Judah. 
nilDl contemptible, 1 Sa. 15:9. 

TO took the spoil or prey ; part. pi. 
Dnt3 spoilers; pret. pi. -1TT3, Ott| 
and -IJin; inf. T3 ; fut. T'uJ- 
Niph. T33, and Pu. H3 were spoiled, 
Jer. 50:?7 ; 

T3 m. (with suff. FIJ3), spoiZ; tl^njn 
was for a spoil ; 127 \T\1 gave for 
a spoil. 

n-T3 f., booty. 

pT J m., lightning, Eze. 1 : 14. 
p?2 p.n. of a town to the southward 
of Bethshan, Be£sk-. 

*)T!3 (fut. "IT3*), disposed, Dan. 11 :24; 

Pi. -I : T3 the same, Ps. 68:31. 
KF1T3 p. n. of a eunuch of Ahasuerus. 

/(IB vias greedy, niggard; with 3, 
Zee. 11:8. Pu. part. f. nj?nhb 
coveted, gotten by covetousness. 
Pro. 20:21. 

|I"E) (imper. }!13 ; with suff. ^113, 
^■Wn3; fut. ':n3 v ).—l. Zried, tested 
(metals with fire). — II. tried (men 
with affliction). — III. tried (God.... 
the heart). Niph. be tried. 

jn3 m., examination, trial, Isa. 28 : 16, 
Eze. 21:18. 

jD3 m., watch-tower, Isa. 32: 14. 

|in3 m., mound, watch-tower, Isa. 
23:14. 

pn3 m., trial, experiment. 

IPlS (fut. -inT), chose; with 3, 5\ 

7)1; \7 7V\2 /ie c7<ose for himself; 

with |D preferred; part. l-inS 






T2 



( 36 ) 



nan 



chosen, excellent. Niph. chosen ; 

part. "irQ3 elect, excellent; with 

}p better'. 
TPI3 m., eZectf : (ttc^fjcrbc tow OioD 

Me etecf 0/ God). 
"VI rQ m., a youth; pi. D'H-IPIS youths, 

liable to be chosen (balloted) for 

military service. 
D'Hina m. pi., youth. 
n'n-iriS f. pi., the same. 
D'Hna p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Benjamin; np-lin? and *Drn3 

an inhabitant of Bachurim. 
"innD, nnnO m.— I. the choice, the 

t : ■ - : • ' 

best. — II. p. n. of a man. 
~linnpm.,thesame,2Ki.3:19;19:23. 

w\u3 and ml)3 speaks wrongfully, 
T falsely, Pro. 12 : 1 8 ; part. HDi3. 
Pi. fr\Lp3 spake falsely. 
Ktppp m., rashness in speaking ; 
T D)ri5b 'D, Nu. 30:7,9. 

nD3 (inf. 111133; with suff. ^]np3 ; 

imper. nD3; fut. nt?3>; pi. f. 

•intpilPI), trusted in, to, on ; with 

3, ?K, ^, *?, Job G:20; impers. 

was for a confidence ; part. H-ltDS 

trusted, was confident, incautious; 

part. np^3 secure, confiding. Hiph . 

ITpan marfg £0 confide, trust; with 

$K and b& 
rips m.. confidence, security ; np3 and 

npD? adv. confidently, securely, 

safely. 
niD3 p.n. of a town of Aram Zobah, 

2 Sam. 8:8. 
finpa f., confidence, Isa. 30: 15. 
'"int23 m., thesame, Isa. 36 : 4, Ecc. 9:4. 
nnitSa f., the same; pi. 7Tinp3, Job 
X 12:6. 



npnp m. (with suff. ^npip, psnpap, 
bnnnn ; pi.o*nEn&i, trust c VnJ 

fidence; metonym. he in whom\ 
trust is reposed. 

DnreaK see nata. 

/t?3 cease, /ai/, Ecc. 12:3. 
?P3 Ch., ceased, Ezr. 4:24. 
caused to cease, hindered. 



,b 



Pa.?t33 



f. (with suff. *3lp3).— I. 6e%.— 

II. womb ; }P3 n2 fruit of the 
womb, offspring; \6%{\~\D, |t?3p| 
"'PX |P2p £k yauTpbc, the same. — 

III. // KotXia the inner man, seat of 
thought, fee.lings.~lW. the projec- 
ting part of the chapiter of a co- 
lumn, 1 Ki. 7:20.— V. p.n. of a 
town in the tribe of Asher. 

Dpp3 m. pi., nuts, Gen. 43:11. Pis] 
tachia vera (Lin.), a tree abound- 
ing in Palestine, but unknown in 

Egypt. 

D^D3 p. n. of a town in the tribe oil 
Gad. 

3 pa. of supplication, (always with 
»3hg or tflK), Lord, /pray tteJ 
a//, Lord / 

p3, j*3, n^3 understand; see f-13- 

Q ,, i"'3 eg-g-s, see }*-13- 

SJ*php3 f. pi., with suff., pref., andl 
dag. euphon. see "Ip 1 *- 

1)2' well; same as "1X3- 

iM 3 f. — I. palace. — II. the temple. I 

PIT3 f. Ch., the same. 
. t ■ 

ni"^' l Il f. pi., palaces; sing, neveil 
occurs. 
1V3, JJVa, house, 8fc; see n-13- 

rD3 (ftit. nan*, *|3.»i ; inf. tea and] 

!"lb3). — I. wept. — II. mournedl 






K33 ( 37 

with h$, b, bv_, f n«. Pi. de- 
plored, with ?y- 

X33 m. — I. the Baku shrub, Amyris 
Gileadensis (Linn.) ; pi. D*K3? 
—II. N33n pOJ? {valley of weep- 
ing), p.n. of a valley in Palestine, 
Ps. 84:7- 

H33 m., weeping, Ezc. 10:1. 

133 inf. abs. from H33- 

T 

M3^dn*33f., tree/ring, Gen. 50: 4. 

*33 m. (with pause *32; with surf. 
'^DS). — I. weeping, — II. drojjping 
of water in wells, Job, 28:11. 

3*22 p. n. of a town near Gilgal. 

'03 Kal,root not used; (Arab, early). 
Pi. "132. — I. brought forth early 
fruits. — II. ivas the first-born, Deu. 
21:16. Pu. passive of Pi., Lev. 
27:26. Hiph. brought forth her 
first-born, Jer. 4:13. 

7133 m., first-born; ni~i33 pi., the 
first-born of brutes, Gen. 4:4, Deu. 
12:17. Trop . H )0 ~fi 22 the worm , 
Job 18:13; D^Vlb? the first- 
born of the poor, the poorest. 

HTI33 f., primogeniture. 

J"ni33 p. n. of a man, 1 Sa. 9 : 1 . 

ITV33 f., eldest, first-born daughter. 

¥132 (same as fcttn "133), p.n. of a 
man. 

H32 [my first-born), p.n. of a man. 

"133 m., a young camel, Isa. 60:6; 
f. n*l33 a young she-camel, Jer. 
2: 23? 

132, *")33 p.n.— I. of a son of Eph- 
raim. — II. of a son of Benjamin. 

-•132 m, pi. DH-133 and 0^33 
first-fruits; DH-133n DV feast of 
first-fruits, Pentecost, Nu. 28:26. 



) 



*3 



nnss ^an 



nil 3 3 f., the early fig, 
early figs. 
rn'l33 p. n. of a man. 
^3; see r6l- 
P3 Bel, same as 7V2- 
£<?2 destroy; see i"!?3- 
p^?3 {whose lord is Baal), p.n. of a 
king of Babylon; see ^*]"1P- 

J72 Kal, root not used (Arab, opened, 
shone).— Hiph. 3^311 with b)l I. 
made to rise, Am. 5:9. — II. made 
glad, Ps.39: 14. 
i"!2?3 {joy), p. n. of a priest. 
rva^IlD f., exhilaration, Jer. 8: 18. 
"HzS P- n *°f one °f Job's friends. 

ri/3 (fut. n^2 s .).— I. grew; old.— II. 
perished ; with /5^P worn ojf, 
spoken of clothes. Pi.n?3wa(ZecoM 

^?2 Ch. form. Pa. destroy, make to 
disappear, Dan. 7:25; see IT? 2 Pi. 

n?2 m., n?2 f., old, effete, ivorn out, 
' Jos. 9:4,5, Eze. 23:43. 

n?2 p.n. of a city. 

D^i?? and 3V/2 m. pi., old, worn, 
Jer.'38:ll,12. ' 

)?2 m. Ch., custom, tax. 

H^3P1 f., destruction, Isa. 10:26. 

,2 m.Ch., the heart, mind, Dan. 6: 16. 

?2 {wanting); adv., not, nothing. 

^2 I. loss, destruction, Isa. 38:17. — 
II. wanting, without (written v22 
and v2) ; T\]n '2 without know- 
ledge; v3p without; v2p from 
want of. — 111. adv., same as N? 
not; p^ y3pn is it not because 
there is not? tib "IBW ^2tt ex- 
cepting that not, Ecc. 3:11; Ty 
v2 until the ceasing of, Mai. 3 : 
10; v2 ^because not, Gen. 3\ : 20 



*a ( 

!"lft v2 (compounded of v2 and nft), 

nothing, Job 26:7. 
S$l!?3 (compounded of ^?3 and hv.1)- 

— I. uselessness. — II. wickedness, 
sin; '3 K^K a wicked man. — III. 
injury, destruction; /3 vPI3 des- 
tructive torrents, i.e. overwhelming 
oppressions, Ps. 18:5. 

HJ&3 and *^2 (compounded of ^>2 
and HJ?.). — I. besides, without. — II. 
not concerning, nothing to; s 1jf?2, 
nothing to me.; Hyp^P the same. 

J"P2 consumption; used only with 
the parag. jod, *fi?2. — I. without. 

— II. besides, except. -•■III. adv., 
wo£ : with sufF. *ri?3 besides me, 



2 iesirfes thee; W2' 
fAaf if may wo£, with a verb ; 
^jyi?2p with inf., because it it not; 
^FP2~1}J until it is not. 

'•f /3. Pi. rl?2 same as ?ri2, harass- 
ing, Ezr.4:4. 
i"!n?2 f. — I. terror. — II. calamity. 
i~in?3 p. n. — I. of the handmaid of 
Rachel. — II. of a town in the tribe 
of Simeon. 
}Hp2 p. n. of a man. 
kit 0^3; seen^2- 
"ItfKKWg p. n., Chaldee name of Daniel. 
^3, nb'^3, ^3; see .1^3- 

7/3 (fut. Vnj). — 1. suffused, Ps.92:3. 

— II. confounded, const, with 2- 

Hith. become confounded, Hos. 7: 

8, with 3 — III. from ?v2; gave 

fodder, Jud. 19:21. — IV. fade, 

wither, Isa. 64:5. 

? v2 m., fodder for cattle, lit. mixture. 

?2ffi m., unnatural intercourse, Lev. 

' 18:23, 20:12. 



38 ) HD3 

??2n m., a disease in the eye. Lev. 
21:20; fa^3 '1=1 confused (i. e. in 
distinct for vision) in his eye. 

CD/ 3 bound, bridled, Ps. 32:8. 

D73 pluck figs, Am. 7 : 14. 

y*?3 1. swallowed. — II. destroyed 

ZowetZ miy spittle; i.e. in a moment, 
Job 7 : 19. Niph. fee swallowed up, 
lost ; with {^n }D immersed in 
wine, Isa. 28:7. Pi. as Kal ; 
(Pp3S as iw a moment). Pu. was 
swallowed up. Hith. as Niph., Ps. 
107:27. 
j/?2 m. — I. swallowing up. — II. des- 
truction; with suff7JJp2 — IILp.n. 
of a town on the Dead Sea. — IV. 
of a man ; ^V/3 m., inhabitant of 
Beta. 
'7i^?> *tffi/ , 3 besides; see H^3- 
Oy?2 (stranger). — I. p.n. of the pro 

. phet Balaam. — II. same as Dy?2 s - 
I r *r: • : 

p /3 maAe waste, Isa. 24 : 1 . Pu. part 

f. Plp^3ID desolate, Nah. 2:11. 
i 'tt •.. : 

I*v2 p.n. of a king of Moab. 
")-V«^?3 and "W^3 p. n. of the last 

king of the Chaldees (Nabonne 

dus or Labynetus). 
}Kv3 p.n of a man. 
W2 not; see n?3 under i"l?3- 

• : : v v t t 

HD3 f . (pi. nim, const. *rta pnpa 
T kri] with suff. spntoii >rVlD2)"— 

I. high place for idolatrous worship; 
f1K *n\m h)l 25") he rode upon 
the high places of the earth, i.e. 
he conquered. — II. places for 
true worship. — III. fortresses, places 
of strength ; '3 ?V_ ^"H he rode 
upon the high places, i. e. he 



1D3 

subdued. — IV. waves of the sea, 
Job 9:8. — V. clouds, Isa. 14:14. 

ntoan k n3 same as nim idol 

T - ".T . T 

temples; mD3H \3n3 idolatrous 

priests. 
nim and ^3 JTID3 p.n. of a town 

in Moab on the Arnon. 
nft3 [son of circumcision), p.n. of a m. 
33 same as 3; see 1ft, !"!£>■ 
"Ift3 pi. const, from HD3. 

• t: t r T T 

03 (inf. H33; const. JTI33; fut. H33*, 
T *|n*Y). — iT built, really.— II. bukt, 
metaphorically, i. e. raised, in- 
creased in family ; const, with 

b, 3, bv.-, "inrms '3 he bum 

upon the hillj \ Ki". 16:24; '3 
? JV3 he raised up a house to 
— Niph. I. was built. — II. was raised 
up, as a house, family. 
133, K33 Ch., built. Ithp. was built. 

t : ' t : 

3 m. (const. j3, sometimes J3 ; with 
" suff. ^3, 133, ^3; pi. D>33, \33). 
— I. son; D 1 ^ ^S grandsons, pos- 
terity; ])BV_ *33 Ammonites ; C^K 
!?K"»B» ^VO an Israelite; j'VV ^33 

•• t: • •• : • i . .. . 

inhabitants of Zion ; D ,, fr> ,, 33 \33 
sons, i.e. disciples of the prophets. — 
II. used metaphorically; i"P1JT}3 
son o/ perverseness, i. e. perverse 
person ; nip" |3 son of death, i.e. 
a person guilty of a capital crime; 
n^p"|3 son of the bow, i.e. arrow, 
Job 41:20. — III. used with nu- 
merals; !"IX> D\3iE>£>-j3 one eighty 
years old, octogenarian; n3t^~|3 
yearling. — IV. the young of brutes; 
H3VJ3 young dove. — V. young 
shoots of trees; rn£3~|3 twig of a 
fruit tree. 



( 39 ) nn 

|3 p. n. of a Levite, 1 Chron. 15: 18. 
J3 m. Ch., son; pi. f*33, *3> 

'OIK"):! (son of my sorrow), p.n. given 
to Benjamin by his mother. 

*nrr}3p.n. of tbe kings of Damascus. 

"••133 p. n. of a man. 

??n~}3 (strong), p. n. of a man. 

|3rV}3 (son of mercy), p.n. of a man. 

"03 (built up), p. n. of a man. 

s 33 (built up), p. n. of two men. 

P13 *33 p. n. of a town in the tribe 
of Dan. 

f PJJ* '33 p. n. of a place. 

rP33 f., building, Eze.41 : 13. 

!T33 (built up of God), p.n. of a man. 

•irP33 the same. 

PP*33 (son of my right hand), p. n., 
Benjamin, the son of Jacob ; 

*3*PH3. *3*#?TO» W»>-p*K and 
*3»$ a Benjamite; pi. WD* \33; 
"O^PfK"!^ land of the Benjamites. 

|*9»-|3'l. same as p»J33 — II. p.n. 
of a man, 1 Sa. 9: 1. 

j^Il m., building, Eze.40:5. 

•13\33 (our son), p.n. of a man. 
•133 for -13X3 Kal pret. pi. 1. pers., from 

K13- 
^ni33 for Tjn'133 Kal inf. with suff., 
from H33- 

D3f. (with suff. ^13; pi. JTI33; const. 
ni33). — I. daughter. — II. niece. — 
III. the female inhabitants of any 
place; fl'V fl'133 the daughters of 
Zion, Isa. 3:17; SfcW* n'133 
daughters of Israel. — IV. used for 
the inhabitants of any place col- 
lectively; "IV J") 3 the Tyrians,Ps. 
45:12; DJ1VP ^5 the Egyptians. 
—V. Tyn' n*133 smaller cities 



ro 



( 40 ) 



bv^ 



fut.pl.|-Vj;nn; imp.pl. -V^f Niph. 

I. become obtruded, swelled out, 

Isa. 30 : 13.— II. being sought,Oh^\ 
v. 6. 



dependent upon larger ones.— VI. 

used with numerals in the age of 

women: iW DW? T\2awoman 

of ninety (see |3 111.).— VII. used 

metaph ' 1W nto daug-Wer* of\ ttS& and KJJ3 Ch., requested, prayed, 

song, i.e. singers; $ 31? p«p« o/ with |D and ff$. ]?-> 

*Ae eye (see |3 II.).— VIII. applied .^3 f. Ch, pertton, Dan. 6:8, 14 

to the produce of animals, trees, or ^ m . prayer, Job 30:24. 

places; ^.r\ T\2 female ostrich, ^c. ^ hab itation; same as fljn? 

HIS f. Ch., the same; pi. PF»3- | -^3 p n f the father of Bala 

D*Vm3 {daughter of multitudes), 



p'n. of the gate of Heshbon. 
y^^-nn {daughter of an oath), p. n. 

of the wife of Uriah. 
y-l£>~n3 the same. 
H32P m., building, Eze. 40:2. 
n^inf- — \.model,Trpu)r6rvTTov. — II 
'form, resemblance.— -III. building. 
t032 Pers. bando ; Sansc. bandha 

- T ' 

Eng. fcawi. 
D33K m., a g-ird/e (a foreign word). 

DD? Ch., M?a5 ang-ry, Dan. 2:12. 

K5J321, nStt3 p. n. of a man. 

nH'lD? [in the council of the Lord), 

p.'n. of a man. 
1Q2 p. n. of a man. 
1DB root not used ; (Arab, unripe date). 

~\D3 m., unripe, sour grape, Job 15 :33. 

-\D3 m., the same. 

Kyi; seenyn- 

"1^5 root not used; (Arab, after). 
iy!l prep., after, behind, as to time 
"or place; with suff.Hy.3and *yBS« 

Tjnyn, Vijn, iriys and «TJ&, 

aPlSS;"? iy??0 fteAiTwi, Cant. 
4:1, &C 
i"IJ?:J I. pressed forward, ran over, Isa. 
TT 6 4;1. — n . requested, importuned; 



-liy? p.n. of the father of Balaam. 
Ty'2 p. n. — I. the husband of Ruth. — 
II. name of one of the pillars in 
Solomon's temple. 
Djn I. trample upon, kick at: hence, 

— II. despise, reject. 
^3 building; see H5J3- 
Vy3 Kal imper. pi. with pause, from 

ny3- 

"Vy2 beast; see "1JD- 

^S5 l - P 0S5m > govern.— II. >»«>'''.'/ n 
"W«; part. pi. majest. Jpy.3 % . 
fautantf; n>iP3 and nr'n?V$ j 
married. — III. (with 3) despised, h 
Jer 3 : 14;3 1 : 32. Niph.'oe warned j 

^y? m. (suff. hm, n'pys, onTO) | 

~ ~_i. lord.— II. husband.— III. owner, •■ 



one 






I 



possessor, that wherein any 

excels; n'V^qn '3 dreamer; ^y.3 

ED3EJ f/ie Shechemites, %c; pjj j| 

D^3(const.^j;3.; with suff. Vpy? 

n^yS) often used of one only.— 

IV. ^ynn p. n., Baal, name of a 

Phenician god; D^3H stages J 

Baal.— y. p. n. of a man.— VI 

compounded in the names of manj 

towns: 15 hv_ 3 a town on th< 

borders o^Palestine, to the north 

flDH '3 at the foot of Lebanon; *5 

"Yish in the tribe of Ephrainv 



bvi 



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Wt3 



flO"]!! '2 one of the peaks of 
Mount Hermon ; a town near it; 
fiyp '3 and fiyp H2 in the tribe 
of Reuben; D*¥"te '2 (place of 
slaughter) where the Philistines 
were routed by David; jisy '2 
in Egypt ; TW?W '3 in Mount 
Ephraim; "tftFl '2 (place of palms) 
not far fromGibeah; Ftp PI J 7$3 
Jews. 

?JJ3 m. Ch., Zoni. 

n^V? f. — I. fr«fy. — II. used collec- 
tively (like JH2) a city. — III. p. n. 
of a city in the north of Judah ; 
otherwise ^2 _ nnp and JV"1? 
D'HyV — IV. another city in Judah; 
otherwise i"P2 and nn?2- 
7^2 p. n. of a city in the tribe of 
T Dan. 

HvJJ2 p.n. of a city in the tribe of 
Judah. 

n vV2 (whom Baal knows), same as 

tt; v [ '• 

vj^2 (in whom the Lord rules), p.n. 
of a man. 

in _ T>J?2 (the Lord of grace), p. n. of 
a king of Edom. 

7JJ3 p.n. of a king of the Ammon- 
ites. 

y_2 (sou of misery), p. n. of a man. 

133£2 (the same), p.n. of a man. 

]_H injure, consume. — I. by fire. — 
II. with anger. — III. burn. — IV. 
that which injures, is brutish (from 
1^2); part. D s 1J/2 cattle, beasts. 
Niph. become brutish. Pi. ")J/2. — 
— I. injured, destroyed. — II. con- 
sumed with fire; with 2, |P and 
nn«. Pu. part. f. rVJg'ip burnt. 
Hiph. same as Pi. 



"Vy2 m. — I. beast, cattle generally. — 

II. beast of burden. 
1^3 m., stupid, brutish. 
i"ny2 f., burning, Ex. 22:5. 
&Oy2 p. n. of a man. 
mjJ2JFl p.n. of a place in the desert 
iTC'y.2 (work of God), p.n. of a man. 
X^y2 p. n. of a king of Israel, son of 
Ahijah. 

iTTO^a an idol; see n"wy_. 

fij?3* Niph. ny2D was terrified. Pi. 

ny2. — I. alarmed. — II. excited, 

came suddenly upon; fut. T\])2\ ; 

part. f. with suff. ^FIJDP- 
nnV2 f., teiror, Jer. 8: 15; 14: 19. 
D^TttP? m. pi., terrors, Ps. 88: 17. 
^2, !T¥2 mud; see }*V2- 
in*&3 for Vni^S pi. with suff. from 

n-^2 or y ¥2- 
^ V2 (same as l, p2), p. n. of a man. 
*V¥3 vintage; see "l¥2- 

L' T 

7^5 m -> °wiow, Nu. 11:5. 
n-1?it3, n^V? P-n. of a man. 

yV^l !• cut off parts, pieces. — II. ac- 
quire gain. Pi. y-i.Il I. cutting off 
(as the weaver his web from the 
loom) : hence, — II. finish, complete. 
— III. acquired filthy lucre, Eze. 
22:12. 
S?V| m. (with suff. Dy T V3).— 1. gain. 
— II. filthy lucre; yV2"PlD what 
gain ? 

\ V~l root not used; (Arab. run slowly). 
|*2 m., mud, mire, Jer. 38:22. 
n-^2 f.,the same; pi. with suff.inX^2 

T for vni-^2- 

T 

pX? swelled (of the foot), Deu. 8:11, 
Neh. 9:21. 

4 



pvn 



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1P3 



pV2 m., dough ( from its swelling in 

fermenting). 
HJ2V3 P- n. of a town in the tribe of j 

Judah. 

lill I. cut, cropped off : hence, — II. 
pruned the vine. — 111. gathered 
the vintage, Ps. 76:13; part. *))>2 
vintage-gatherer ; trop. remorseless 
enemy; part. "1-1 V 2 inaccessible, lit. 
cut off from access; H1 1-1^2 liid- 
den, incomprehensible, Jer. 33:3. 
Niph. cut off, prohibited, with j?0. 
Pi. fortified (of cities). 

"V^'H m., vintage; adj., same as *V)^3 
fortified, Zee. 11:2. 

"1V3. m., gold; perhaps wealth, Job 
T 36:19. 

1¥3 m.— I. the same, Job 22:24,25. 
— II. p. n. of a city in the tribe of 
Reuben. — III. p. n. of a man. 

PITY? f.— - 1, fold for cattle, Mic. 2 : 
12. — II. p. n. of a city of Edom, 
Boorpa. — III. of a city of Moab. 

fn-^n m., fortified place, Zee. 9:12. 

VC^% f., and pi. T\)"\^2 withholding 
of rain, drought, Jer. 14:1; 17:8. 

I^np m— 1. fortification; /» TJJ 
fortified town; pi. D"H¥2D and 
nVlSZtD — II. p. n. of a T chief of 
the Edomites. 
p-13J?5, *j?3, &c; see ppl- 

ypZl with 21 — I. cut, cleft, divided. — 
II. laid open, i. e. subdued, took 
(of fortified places). — III. let go 
(as young birds from eggs, or 
water from a dam). — Niph. I. be- 
came cleft, destroyed. — II. laid 
open, subdued. — III. let go (as 
young birds or water). Pi. same 



as Kal. Pu. pass, of Pi. Hiph. I. 
cause to be subdued — 11. sent 
forth, with T>X- Hoph. was broken 
up, Jer. 39:2. Hith. as Niph. 1., 
Jos. 9:13, Mic. 1:4. 

yp3 m., fissure, Isa. 22:9, Am. 6:11. 

JJpIl m. [cutting], half a shekel, Gen. 
24:22, Ex. 38:26. 

nyplj f., valley, plain; pi. nijjp?; 
ji^Ilpn n^plj valley of Lebanon, 
between Anti-Libanus and Her- 
mon, koiXt) Supia.Ccele-Syria, Jos. 
11:37, 12:7; |1« ngp3, see fljS 

pp3 I. threw, cast off, out (as fruit 

from a tree); with H^JTriX I will 

cast off (deprive of) counsel, Jer. 

19:7. — II. make empty, void, Isa. 

24 : 1 . Niph . plS (inf. p)27\, fut. 

p)2\) become void, Isa. 1 9 : 3 ; 24 : 3. 

Pi. fut. •IppH"! make empty, void, 

Jer. 51:2. 
p-IUpS I. bottle, narrow-necked vase; 

the word expresses the sound of a 

fluid issuing from it. — II. p.n. of a 

man. 
rppIlDIl p.n. of a man. 
"I|33p2l p.n. of a man. 
**jp3, p.n. of a man. 
•in !, |'p3. p.n. of a man. 

IDS cut, laid open; not in use: hence, 
. Pi. — I. look, inquire after. — \\. ob- 
serve. — III. care for, with ? and 

"1J52 Pa. Ch., inquired. Ithpa. wa* 

sought. 
nip3 f., inquiring after, seeking, Ezr. 

T 34:12. 
r~npll f., observation, chastisement 

Lev. 19:20. 



-ipn 



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ma 



1p3 (from the plough which cleaves 
the earth). — I. oxen used in plough- 
ing, Job. 1 : 14. — ll.oxen generally ; 
rvbV'27nilch cows; 1p3 \2 steer; 

*t T T ' V 

seldom pi. Q" 1 "!^ oxen. 

1p'l3 m., herdsman, Am. 7 : 14. 

1p*3 m. (pi. D'HJ^jl). — 1. da«m, morn- 
' ing; " l i?.' 3 » ~>i?.33, TJ32& in the 
morning] 1p33 1p33, DHj33?, 
D'Hp3? every morning; 1p'3H 1J7 
to-morrow morning. — II. 1£3_? 
early, soon, Ps. 49: 15, &c. 

D'pll. Pi. ^p3 sought, sought out, 
after or into, with ?, |E>, ?J? or 
7>X according to the sense; '3 

ni'rr •osrriK or nirp-nK '3 Ae 

t : •• : v t : . v 

sought the Lord; 'Q &?Q!) '3 Me 
5ow/, fo/e of any one, to injure de- 
stroy it ; 'D D1 '2. ..his blood. 
n^j53 f., petition, Est. 5:3; 7:3, Est. 
Y:6. ( 
13, 13, 13 son, <Src; see K13 and 113. 

X'lS (inf. N13; with suff. ^13; 
T imp.«13; fut. S13^).— 1. created, 
formed, made. — II. same as H13 
he ate. Niph. was created, born, 
produced. Pi. S13- — I. cut, as 
with a sword or axe. — II. make, 
form. Hiph. Winn fatten, 1 Sa. 
2:29. 

rtfc013 f., a wonderful, new thing. 

13 m., son; with suff. '•IS; another 
meaning, see in 113- 

13 m. Ch. — I. son. — II. grandson; 
with suff. H13- 

iT&03 (created of God), p. n. of a m. 

T!K'">3'; see Xl^V' 
D v 1313 fed beasts;' see TO- 

"HIl /touted, Isa. 32:19. 



113 m., /mi/. 

113m. (pi. 0*113), spotted, "grisled," 
Eng. Ver. 

113 p.n. — I. of a place in the wilder- 
ness of Slmr. — II. of a man. 

»l )3 I. ate. — II. same as 113 chose. 

T T , ~T 

Pi. inf. mi3 eating. Hiph. give 
food. 
tf'HS m., H&013 i.,fat; see another 
meaning above. 

n3 m., nna f.,yn Eze. 34:20. 

nn3 f.,foo'd, 2 Sa. 13:5, 7, 10. 

nri3 f. /bod, Ps. 09:22. 

JV13 f. — I. any agreement; '3 vJD 
united in covenant, Gen. 14: 13. — 
II. the covenant made by God with 
the patriarchs, and ratified in the 
person of Jesus Christ. — III. the 
sign of that covenant (circumcision), 
Gen. 17:13; JV13H "■jK^ID/Kffiri/e, 
the angel of the covenant, Messiah; 
JV13 7V3 a name of Baal. 
•q-113 blessed; see "J13- 
CTpilS costly clothing; see D13- 

ETH? m.— 1. fir-tree; D^il3 *2Jg m- 
struments of fir-wood, 2 Sa. 6:5. — 
II. staves of lances made of fir- 
wood, Nah. 2:4. 
Dil3 m. the same, Cant. 1:17. 

nn'113, ^n'113 p. n. of a city in Sy- 
ria of Zobah. 

fi-113 eating; see H13- 

JTT13 p. n. of a woman. 

7.H3 m. (with suff. I^Tia) — I. Iron. 

— II. hard as iron. — III. instru- 
ment of iron. 
■9T13 p. n. of a man. 

rnSl (fut. rro* ; part. m.ni3,f. nrnb). 

— I. pass on. — II. fly, with |D, 



ma ( 44 

nsp, »3.BD, nn«; imper. *£ m_3 

/tee away. — IV. pass through, Ex. 
36:33. Hiph. made to pass, fly. 

(V12, rn3m. — l.afugitive. — II. p. n. 
of a man. 

n"H3 m. — I. transverse bar. — II. bars 
or bolts for fastening the gates of a 
city; nrp")3, Isa. 15: 6, "her fu- 
gitives" as above, not « her 
princes" i. e. bars, defences. 

n"np m., fugitive, Eze. 40: 2. 

*na, 'ana, ma ; see ma- 

• : ' • t t : • 

H3 ( same as *"R?3 my ivell), p.n. of a 

man. 
n«n3; see K"13- 
ny")3 p. n. of a man. 
JV"]3 covenant; see ill!- 
n*"T3 soap; see "TQ- 

^| Jj f«j &we<?; dual D?2H3 both knees. 
T$, TO f. Ch., the same. 

^13 (fut. TO*J inf - abs - *|Vl3).— I. 
ftne/J. — II. worshipped, blessed; 
T\\7\h T|.n3 and nln) ^-113 blessed 

of the Lord; i"TirP 1j-1"l3 blessed 
be the Lord. Niph. te blessed. 
Pi. ^~)3, Tp3 pronounced, made, 
blessed, with ^ n'in> D^3- Pu. 
^"]3 6e or become blessed. Hiph. 
^"OH made fcnee/ down, Gen. 24: 
1 1 . Hith. ^")3n H 6e made blessed, 
Gen. 22: 18, &c; account oneself 
blessed, Deu. 29 : 18, &c. 
*!J")3 Ch., ftne/f. Fa. blessed. 

TA12 p. n. of the friend of Jeremiah. 

L T 

7X313 (blessed of God), p.n. of a man. 

.1313 f. (nana Gen. 27:38; const. 

T ]Y?-i3; pLxtiaia, const, nbia). 

— I. blessing, ascription of praise 
to God. — II. the same received 



) 



13 



from God. — III. favour, present 

— IV. p. n. of a man. 
1313 f., pool, fish-pond. 
1*313 and tojang (blessed of the 

Lord), p. n. of a man. 
^laX; see in its place. 
nablN f. Ch., knee. 

U ]3 Ch. pa. of confirmation, but 

D Jj root not used; (Arab, garment 

adorned with gems). 
D^piia m. pi., costly raiment, Eze. 

27:24. 
D13, D13 7> Kal inf. with pref. and suff., 

TT TT ; X 

from 113- 
JJ313 (fountain of delight), p. n. of a 

place in the wilderness, written 

'3"t£Hp, which see. 
JH3 p.n. of a king of Sodom. 
ny")3 p. n. of a man. 

(Till lightened, Ps. 144:6. 

p13 m. (pi. D*[?13). — I. lightning. — 

II. glitter of a sword. — III. p. n. 

of the captain who defeated the 

Canaanites, Jud. 4 : 6, &c. 

DP13 f., carbuncle, 
i.. ... T 

D^pl3 m. pi., threshing waggons, 
having sharp iron teeth, Jud. 8: 
7,16. 
Dlpia p. n. of a man. 

I l2 1. examined, tested, Ecc. 3: 18. — 
II. separated, selected, chose, Eze. 
20:38, with jft and ? ; part. 1-112 
pure, chaste. Niph. 133 became 
pure; part. "133 pure Pi. purify, 
Dan. 11:35. Hiph. make clean, 
polish. Hith. become, appear pure. 

"13 m., 113 f.— I. beloved, Cant. 6:9. 

TT 

— II. pure, clean. — 111. empty, 
void, Pro. 14:4. 






13 



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nnn 



13, 13 m. — I. com, purified from the 
chaff. — II. growing corn; see 
another meaning in S13- 

13 m., field, open plain, Job 39:4. 

13 m. Ch., the same. 

13 m. — I. pureness. — II. same as 

nn*3- 

JT13 f., soap, Jer. 2:22, Mai. 3:2. 

0*1313 m., stalled cattle, 1 Ki.5:3. 
UKH3 p. n. of king of Gomorrah. 
Tlb>3, 111^3 good news; see 1K>3- 

. '. t : " 

UU/3 m. (Anyrum opobalsamum), the 

balsam tree, an aromatic shrub. 
D|>3 and Db>3 m. (pi. Q W3).— I. 

the odour of perfumes. — II. the 

perfumes themselves. 
ntD^3 I. p. n. of the wife of Isaiah. 

— II. of the daughter of Solomon. 
DKQK) p. n. of a man. 

■ lE/3. Pi. 1*^3 I. announce, declare. 

T ... 

— II. tell glad tidings. Hith. was, 
became informed, 2 Sa. 18:31. 

11^3 and n"Vlb3 f.— I. good tidings, 
T 2 Sa. 18:22,27.-11. the reward of 
good tidings, 2 Sa. 4 : 1 0. 

TiGJ>3 p. n. of a river near Gaza. 

^3 m.— I. flesh.— II. body.— III. 

15^3" 73 all living creatures. — IV. 

T. T T ° 

kinsman; also 1G5>3 kinsman, Lev. 

15:2, &c. — V. secret parts (male). 

1K>3 m. Ch. — I. flesh. — II. mankind. 

aJ 3 1, ripened, Joel 4 : 13. — II. boiled, 
cooked, Eze.24 : 5. Pi. boiled, cooked; 
part. pi. D^3p cooked, Eze. 46: 
24. Pu. was cooked. Hiph. matured, 
ripened, Gen. 40 : 10. 

?£ ; 3 m., r6c>3 f., cooked. 

ni?V5P f - Pl-. boilers, Eze. 46:23. 



DD13 
11. 



^3, ^^3; see bf in 1B>«. 
D?£^3 p. n. of a man. 

\Yr P- n -> Batanea, the region beyond 
Jordan, between Hermon and the 
brook of Jabbok. 

12^3 shame; see K13- 

t : t * 

D^3- Po. D£13 same 

trampling on, injuring, Am. 5 
n^3 shame; see £>12- 
J13 daughter; see J133- 
113 measure; see 11 II 3- 
IDS and HAS; see )iri3- 

[ T T T " 

/X-inS p.n. — I. of the father of Laban. 

—II. same as ? J U13 name of a 

place. 
n^flS p. n. of a man. 
D*J13 feowses; see 31*3, J1-13- 

/HS root not used; (Arab, separated). 

r65ri3 f. ( P i. ni?-!ji3, n'Ana).— i. 

a virgin. — II. used for nation, 
city, people, like J13, which see. 
Dv-iri3 m. pi., tokens of virginity. 

T)T\H- Pi. pF)3 cut, pierce, Eze. 1 6 : 40. 

"inS- Pi. 1113 dissect, cut in hvo, 

Gen. 15:10. 

1fl3 m. (with suff. 11113).— I. part, 

piece. — II. separation, Cant. 2:17. 

1J13 Ch., same as 111X3 after; see 

T "U1£. 
jiUIS p.n. of a place on Jordan. 

nn3 root not used; (Arab, cut, cleft). 

ns/m. (f. Isa. 5:10), Bath; a liquid 
measure, the tenth part of a Ho- 
mer. 

J13 m. Ch., the same. 

!U13 f., desolation, excision, Isa. 5:6. 

HJ13 f. (pi. nin3), Isa. 7: 19, clefts, 
fissures. 



n&o 



HiO (fut. nK3*).— I. grew high (as a 
plant), Job 8:11; (as water,) Ezr. 
47:5.— TT. becoming lofty, power- 
ful, proud. 

tf3 m., proud, Isa. 16:6. 

!"IX3 m. — I. elevated. — II. proud, ar- 
rogant; pi. D^S- 

!"IK3 f., pride, arrogance, Pro. 8: 13. 

ni^3 f. — I. excellency, majesty. — II. 
pride, arrogance. 

/K-1K3 (the divine majesty), p. n. of a 
man. 

jifc$3 m. — I. excellency, glory. — II. 
pride; pi. Q*^«|. 

rvlKSf — I. ajcenf, Isa. 9: 17- Il.Juft- 
limity, excellency. — III. pride, ar- 
rogance. 

I^Sl m -. proud, Vs. 123:4 

niH f. (for niX3). — I. elevation, vic- 
ton/, Job 22:29. — II. pride, Job 
33:17. 

ni| f. Ch., the same, Dan. 4:34. 
ni^D valleys; see rT)J|. 

• T ■• * TT 

/fc$a (fut. 7&01). — I. redeem by paying 
value for. — II. retribute, avenge. — 
III. pollute; part. ?K3 redeemer, 
avenger, relative, to whom the 
duty of avenging the death of any 
one was assigned ; part. pass. 
D y-1^3, v-1^3 redeemed, set at li- 
berty. ' Niph. ?K33, ?K33 was re- 
deemed, liberated, polluted. Pi. 
^>K3 polluted, Mai. 1:7. Pu. was 
polluted. Hiph. *fl?X3NI conta- 
minate, Isa. 63: 1. Hiph. polluted 
himself, Dan. 1:8. 
?K3 m., pollution ; pi. const. vtf3, 
Neh. 13:29. 



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i n?".-\^ f. — I. relationship. — II. right, 
duty of redemption. — III. price of 
redemption. — IV. thing redeemed. 
?Sil?p m., next of kin after the Goek 
13 locust; see 3-13- 

K Jil root not used ; (Arab, gathered 
together). 
&33 m., cistern, pit. 

j5^ ro °t not used. 

lYm. (with suff. ^33 ; pi. D\33, JVI33). 
— I. back. — II. defence^ mound. — 
III. vaults. — IV. arch of the eye- 
brow, Lev. 14:9; |37D 33 the boss 
of a shield, Job 15:26. 

33 m. Ch., back. 

33 m. Ch., well; emph. K33- 

ITu m., locust; pi. 'QiS- 
33 m. (pi. 0*33), focuste. 

high, lofty, with ?JJ; when with 

|P was higher than. — II. exalted; 

137 H33 his heart was lifted up; 

or merely P133 lifted up. Hiph. 

raise, exalt. 
n'33 m. (const. rl33 ; f. Pinh}).— L 

high, tall. — II 'aughty, proud. 

Subst. height, 1 Sa. 16:7. 
H33; const. H33 m. — I. high. — U. 

- t " : 

arrogant, proud. 
H33 m. (with suff. in33; pi. const. 
> H33). — I. height. — 11. majesty, Job 
40:10. — III. arrogance; t]X H33 
insolence, Ps. 10:4. 
mn33 m., pride, Isa. 2: 11, 17. 
^•133, hV-133 border; see ^33- 
n'133, rrVOll m?g-A%; see 133- 

flji} m., bald, Lev. 13:41. 
nn33 f.— 1. baldness. — II. loss of knap 
(in cloth), Lev. 13:55. 



♦33 



(, 47 ) 



13 



'33 p. n. of a man. 

CO 3 (see 33), p. n. of a place not far 

from Jerusalem. 
na*l| cheese; see {33- 
Hfli'cwp; see y33- 
T3|, ITY'ljl master; see 133- 
^33; see b>33- 

733 limited; with 3 and HX- Hiph. 

sei bounds to. 
^33 p.n. of a Phenician city; V33 

an inhabitant of Gebal. 
?33 p. n. of a mountainous district 

t : * 

beyond Jordan, Ps. 83:8. 
^•133, ^33 m. — I. limit, boundary. — 

II. space or country limited. 
n^-133, H^33 L,y\.TY\?^ boundaries, 

lands. 
n-1^33 f., artificial work, device, Ex. 

28:22 ; 37:15. 
rbltt f. (pi. nftaW), the same, Ex. 

28:14. 
D3 root not used; (Syr. curdled). 
^33 f., cheese, 2 Sa. 16:2. 
{33 m., hunchback, Lev. 21:20. 
0^3333 m. pi., risings, mounds; /3 IH 

a hill of mounds, i. e. made up of 

other hills. 
^33 m. (with suff. ^33; pi. D^33). 

— I. a cup or vase. — II. flower, the 

cahx of an artificial flower. 
y33 p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Benjamin. 
fcJDll p. n. of a man. 
•1^33 f., a hill ; pi. ntyl*. 
D^K ny33 p.n. of a place. 
pp;33 \33 ny33 p.n. of a city in the 

tribe of Benjamin. 
pn^S n#33 p. n. of a city. 
WttP HV33 p. n. of a hill. 



"•riyilil inhabitant of Gibeah. 
{iy33 p.n. of a city in the tribe of 

Benjamin. 
ny33£ f. (pi. niy33£>), the mitre or 

bonnet of the priests. 
b'y33 flowering (of flax), Ex. 9:31 

*Oi and "DH (fut. -133^). — I. was 
powerful, mighty. — II. conquered, 
(prevailed), with ]1D or ?Vj Pi- 
made strong. Hiph. — l.ivas power- 
ful, Ps. 12:5. — II. confirm, Dan. 
9:27. Hith. became powerful, vic- 
torious. 

133 m. — I. man, husband, hero; pi, 
'□n33; Dnn^ manfully.— -II. 
p. n. of a man, 1 Ki. 4: 19. 

"133 m., Ch. the same; pi. H3». 

133 m. (same as Ch.), man, Ps.l8:26. 

T33 m., lord, Gen. 27:29, 37. 

!TT , 33 f., lady, queen. 

rn.33 f. (with suff. *rn33), the same. 

"V)33, "1*33 m. — I. mighty, brave. — II. 
renowned; b\T\ "1133 renowned for 
wealth, rich. 

"133 m. Ch. — I. brave, strong, heroic. 
— Il.p.n.sameas {1^33, Ezr.2:20. 

rn-133 f. — I. power. — II. courage. — 
III. acts of courage, power; n'll-133 
HIPP acts of God, i.e. miracles. 

iTJOl f. Ch. the same. 

750*"]33 p.n. of an archangel. 

^123 root not used; (Arab, congelation). 

B^3j m -> crystal (lit. ice), Job 28: 18. 
pri33 p. n. of a town of the Philistines 
in the tribe of Dan. 

33 m. (with suff. 133 ; pi. ^33).— I. 

roof of a house. — II. covenng, 

grate of the altar. 
13, 13; see 113- 



na 



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sna 



I jj i J m. pi. Ch., treasures, Dan. 3: 

2,3: same as "13T5- 
rnlna p. n. of a place in the Arabian 

desert. 

1 Jil assault, attack (as an army). 
Hith.Tlinn 1. cutting, making in- 
cisions. — II. attacking, assembling 
to attack. 

"Hil Ch., cut down (of a tree), Dan. 
4:11,20. 

*vn* m. (pi. DH-n|, n'ma).— i. 

cutting, Jer. 48:37. — II. furrow, 
Ps. 65:11. — 111. section, detach- 
ment of an army. 

15 m., coriander seed, Ex 16:31, Nu. 
11:7. 

Ill m., good fortune; 133 prosper- 
ously, Gen. 30: li. 

13 nom., p.n. of an idol, Isa. 65:11. 

Til p. n. Gad. — I. one of the sons of 

T l 

Jacob. — II. the tribe descended 
from him: H2 a Gadite. 

• T 

H3 p.n. of a man, Nu. 13:11. 
/frOTa p.n. of a man. 

m 1 3 root not used; (Syr. leaping). 
H| m., a tod; pl.D*?l|; const. »H3.. 

njij f., pi. ni»na T /emate wife, 

1 Cant. 1 : 8. 
HIS f., const, pi. n'na 6an£s o/ a 
river. 
1-n|, H|j see YU 
*?Vli, n^n|, D^Hjl greafj see ^13- 
^•ITa, n^-nil reproach; see Pp3- 

hi» n ni ; see rm 

pH| /wop; see BHJ. 

7*1:1 and ?*1il (fut. ^W), was or 
grew great (in anything), with 
nK,?,?,|D f ^- Pi. ^|, ^| I. 

»?arft' or pronounced great: hence, 



— II. trained, educated. Hiph. I. 
became great. — II. made great, 
high; V2 J"IN /JH Ae spaAe inso- 
lently. Hith. showed himself great. 

7~[\ m., pi. const. ty\\ t grea/ owm, 
Eze. 16:26. 

?n| in. (const. (?1n| and >1lj f. 
r6'n3),greaf (in anything); D^HJ 
nobles; Ipu THa grra/ in mercy; 

"?na Di»n niy t* » ?y e * wgA day, 

i. e. early, Gen. 29:7 ; pi. nftna 
grea* (i. e. proud) things, Ps. 12:4. 

ini m. (with suff. iria, ^IJI), great- 
ness, magnificence, pride. 

rfrna, H^T.af.— I. great (act or deed), 
—i I. greatness; pi. riypl^ great 
things. 

Ov^a m.pl.,p/aMedc/iain-tt>0r/:, 1 Ki. 
7:17. 

PTa p. n. of a man. 

Hvia.-in v*ia Gedaliah, p.n. of aman. 

wTJ p. n. of a man. 1 Ch. 25:4, 29. 

hi)® (pi. D*ta|», niyyp).— i. fouw, 

castle. — II. pulpit, Neh. 8:4. — III. 

artificial mound, in a garden covered 

with sweet flowers, Cant. 5: 13. 
Sh^P, V^ap p. n. of a city in Egypt. 
^^?Tap p.n. of a fortress in the tribe 

of Naphtali. 
*ia _ ?"nap p. n. of a place in the tribe 

of Judah. 
"O.y ?' ! L5P P- n - of a place near Beth 

lehem. 

y*l| 1. cut off or down. — II. broke. 

Niph. became cut off, down. Pi. 

irofte. Pu. was ctd <iou;n, Isa. 9:9. 
Dyia p. n. of a place in the tribe of 

Benjamin. 
fljna p.n. of a judge of Israel. 
■•a'yTa p.n. of a man. 



spa 



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113 



re- 



-na 



suff. 



•fl-l. Pi. F|13 blasphemed. 

tfhi m., pLD»B-n|, nia-na 

proaches, Isa. 43:28; 51:7. 
nQ-n|l f., reproach, Zep. 2:8. 

T73 walled, fenced up; part. 
/e??ce?\ 

"n3 com. (const. "YT3 ; with 
fall ; pi. Dni5) .—I. M>a/Z, /ence. 
— II. fenced place. 

ATI! f. — I. ira//. — 11. fence, hurdle. — 
III. same as Till JV2 p.n. of a town 
in the tribe of Judah ; " , n^ , 1.3 a Ge- 
derite.—W. JlV*!! and DfrnYtl 
p.n. of places in the tribe of Judah. 

(Hill f., a /ence, Eze. 42:12. 

"H.-i P- n - °f a c^y °f tne Canaanites. 

"T~l| p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 

HI! an inhabitant of "H3 IV2. 

£•13 root not used; Ch. heaped up. 
£>H3 m. — I. sepulchral mound. — II. 
heap of corn. 
na for PIT, Eze. 47:13. 

mTu raise up, Hos. 5:12. 
PI PI 3 f., relief, healing, Pro. 17:22. 

in3 bowed, bent downwards. 
RlS, K13; see PI13- 

Jiil ru^, cte/r ; part. D 1 *^! ploughers. 

23 m. — I. board, plank. — II. tueW; 

see another meaning in P123- 

212 (cistern), p. n. of a place; see 

another meaning in PI23- 
. t t 

313 p. n. of the king of Magog; see 

ri3D. 

T 

nil, •13'lii*, see 1T3 ; */iaW rush upon 
him, Gen.49:19;Hab.3: 16. 

Mid root not used. 
$3, '13 m. Ch., middle. 



13 m. Ch.— I. wiiddte; with suff. PMJ. 
— II. Heb. back; with suff. 1-13- 

13, m. — I. back. — II. middle; with 
suff. '•13- 

H13 f., a body, Job 20: 25; see another 
meaning under P!fcs3- 

Pl*1| f. — I. body, person. — II. dead 
body, carcase of men or animals. 

m m. (with suff. "13; pi. U% $1, 
with suff. *$3, bn^S).— I. gene- 
rally people, Israelites as well as 
foreigners. — II. specially, foreign 
nations. — III. multitudes of locusts, 
Joel 1:6; of animals, Zep. 2: 14. 

tVZ com. (const. ***J ; pi. TV\W$), 
valley. 

«\|, fcOjj the same. 

11 3 m. (const. \3), the same. 

nVtijj f. pi., valleys. 

Hd pas* oyer, Ps. 90:10; fut. apoc. 
T3;1, Nu. 11:31. 

7T'l3 young bird; see 7>T3- 
|T*13 p.n., a district in North Mesopo- 
tamia, between the rivers Chaboras 
and Saocoras, the Tav^aviriq of 
Ptolemy. 

rj-13 break forth ; see rV3- 

^"13, Plj1| ; see PI13- 

>13 rejoice; see 7*|- 

nVl3, |Vl3; seerta- 

yk^pit; seefD3- 

"0-13 p.n. of a man. 

^15 (fut. yir.; inf. £13 ; const. JJ13 and 
VIS), expire, die. 

*Hil Kal, root not used; (Arab, shut 
up). Hiph. fut. pi. te*3J krf (Mem) 
sfcttf, Neh. 7:3. 
P1S-13 f., dead body; (Arab, the same). 

Hil I. sojourned, dwelt, with 2, DJJ, 



Tn 



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ira 



riX; part. "12 dwelling with ; mil 
HiTCS her inmate. — II. avoided, 
feared, with }p and \)Sp — III. 
congregated, come together, with 

^y; see ma. Hith. -niann — i. 

TT ; • 

withdraw. — II. dwell, 1 Ki. 17:20. 

— III. violent destroying, Jer. 30 : 23. 
13 (1\3, 2. Ch. 2:16), m., sojourner, 

stranger. 
r\)1i f., sojourning, residing, Jer. 41 : 

17. 
Till m.— I. lion's whelp; rVntf "M, 

Gen. 49:9, &c— II. jackall, 2 Sa. 

4:3. 
13 m. the same; f. pi. T\T\i. 
?#2 "1-1 Jl (dwelling of Baal), p. n. of a 

town in Arabia. 
~I-1H£> m. — I. sojourning. — II. residence, 

habitation. — III. human life ; so- 
journ on earth. 
TI3D m., fear, terror; pi. D'H-liD- 

miap f., fear; pi. nhiap- 

m-iab f. — I. granary. — II. fear, ter- 
mor; pi. rfmap. 

nyiitpfp f. (pi. n'napD), granaries, 
T Joel 1:17. 
^3 /of; see ^"lil. 

£/^U m., clod, Job 7:5. 
}^\3 p. n. of a man. 
fi /eece; see TT3. 

*1ST^ treasurer, Ezr. 1:8; pi. piDfll, 
' 'Ezr. 7: 21, and P")D*1|, Dan. 3: 2, 3. 

ntil (Arab, bring forth) ; part. ^])i, 
lit.<' 'ie w/io brought me forth," Ps. 
71:6. 
fPta f. — I. lit. cutting, hewing: hence, 
— II. hewn stones. 

]U (f'ut. TiP; inf. TJ and ])i).—l. shear, 
cut off hair, wool, fyc; part. D\?ti 



shavers. — II. drive away (of quails), 

Nu. 11:31. Niph. pret. pi. -1*33 

were cut off. 
)i m. (pi. const. *$!). — I. shearing of 

sheep: hence, — 11. the fleece. — III. 

yowng- grass after mowing. 
H-til f., fleece, Jud. 6:39, 40. 
TT| {barber), p. n. of a man. 

/Ja I. cut off. — II. snatch away, injure. 
Niph. was taken away, Pro. 4:16. 
?\i m., const. 7)i rapine, plunder. 
\w\i L, the same. 

Pjia m., j/OMng' pigeon, Gen. 15:9; 
Deu. 32:11. 

DT3 root not used; (Arab, destruction). 

DJ2 m., a species of locust. 

D-J! p.n. of a man. 
*>?il m., an inhabitant of Gizon. 

yu root not used; (Arab, cutting off) . 
SJJtj m. (with suff. DJJT2), s/oc£; franA 
o/ a free. 

lT3 I. cm/ o/', down. — II. in fioo parts 
divided. — III. decided, as judg- 
ment. Niph. was cut off, with 
Jp ; iras decided, Est. 2:1. 

"I?! Ch., decided, determined the fate 
of others by astrology; part. pi. 
D ,, 1_T| soothsayers. 

"ill! I. division, section; pi. D'HTll 

II. p. n. of a city on the western 
frontier of the tribe of Ephraim, 
rd^rjpa. 

'"QI! ('"H^lOf., place cut off, separated, 
Lev. 16:22. 

mill f. Ch., decision. Dan. 4:14,21 

m\i f. — I. cut, polish (of precious 
stones), Lam. 4: 7.— II. insulated, 
separated (of a certain enclosure 
of the temple), Eze. 41 :42. 



1T3 



( SI ) 



to 



mnOf.. arc. 2 Sa. 12:31. 

T ... - 

")U inhabitant of Gezer. 

\f\l belly; see }nj. 

tn3, »trpJj p. n. of a servant of the 

prophet EHsha. 
^Pl3 root nor used; (Arab, to burn). 
?na m.(pl.D^n|, ip|).— I. burning 

coals. — II. thunderbolts. 
rbr\l f., the same; with suff. *F)?n|. 
3H3 p. n. of a man. 

n3 root not used ; Ch. \V\l bowed 

down. 
\\T\l m., belly of a serpent. Lev. 11:42; 

with suff. Spha, Gen. 3:14. 
|, % K*|, S\5;'see ni3- 
in| p. n. of a man. 
1 J m., sinew, nerve. 

V/l and n^ (fut. rMJ; part. Pia).— 
I. fir<?ttJ ow£. — II. extended, elon- 
gated. Hiph. drew om*. 

IT 3 or n-12 Ch. Aph. rafted forth. 

IT3 p. n. of a place near Gibeon, 2 
Sa. 2:24. 

jlJVa I. p. n. of a river of Paradise, 
Gen. 2: 13. — II. of an aqueduct 
near Jerusalem ; otherwise n?K\ 

Ttk and 7^ (fut. h^) leap, exult, 
rejoice, with 3, b& $»?. 

7*3 m., exultation, rejoicing. 

7*1 m. Ch., e^waJ tn a^e, ranA, 8fc, 

Dan. 1:10. 
n?" 1 ]! f., exultation. 

jVa; see r6jl in n?3- 

13*$ ; see p3- 

V3 (13) m., 6um< lime-stone, Isa. 27:9. 
T3 m. Ch., plaster of lime, Dan. 

5:5. 
Va stranger, same as "13; see "1-1 a 



t^S dod, same as ti'-ia- 

i£^3 p. n. of a man. 

73 for 73 Kal imper. from 7^>3 Ps. 119. 

12. Pi. imper. apoc. from rD3, 

Ps. 119:18. 
>*73 Ch., reveal; see H?3- 

^3.^3 root not used ; (Arab. drew,shaved). 

3? 3 m., barber, Eze. 5:1. 
5/2/ a p. n., Gilboa, hills in the tribe of 
Issachar. 

Sa_^a, W?3, rbht; see y?a. 

1/Ji m.,skin; with suff. > * T lpll my skin, 

Job 16:15. 
i"f?a 6owZ; see 773- 

ri7il ffat.r6a\^j inf. n?a, nto).— 

I. /aid We, disclosed, opened. — II. 
depopulated a country, i. e. led into 
captivity, migrated; part. m. H/ia, 
f. n^ia migrated, gone into cap- 
tivity; '••173 opened, proclaimed, 
published (of an edict). Niph. 

rhn (fut.r6|*,!?3*; inf.abs.rtoa, 

fli733). — l.was uncovered, exposed, 
revealed. — II. migrated, went into 
captivity, Isa. 38: 12 ; part. f. pi. 
ntop revealed, Deu. 29:29. Pi. 
n?a'(fut. rta', 75!).— I. uncovered, 
made naked. — II. had carnal con- 
nexion with, with ? ^ and?]/. Pu. 
H?a was uncovered; part. f. n?3t? 
openly said. Hiph. n?3n, Tw$\) led 
captive (fut. rhl% Sjjj). 'koph. 
nT'an was made captive. Hithp. 
H?ahn made himself naked ; fut. 
ap T oc'.7an*l, Gen. 9:21. 

vbl Ch., revealed. Piel to, hi re- 
vealed. Aph. y3n carried captive, 
Ezr. 4: 10, 12. 

TV? I p. n. of a city in the mountains 



t.3 



( ^2 ) 



bl 



of Judah; its inhabitants were 
styled ^?*|. 

I"l7i3, !"l73 f. — I. captivity. — II. cap- 
tive, troop of captives. 

pi 3 p.n.of a city of Batanea, VavXwv. 

n-1?3, J"I73 f., captive; as i17)3- 

ft' V ' * T 

rVP| f. Ch., the same. 
|"l \?3 m., tablet, book, Isa. 8:1; pi. 
T D ,, 3i ,, ?3 mirrors, Isa. 3:23. Writ- 
ing tablets and mirrors were both, 
in ancient times, plates of metal. 
fiv3 P- n -» Goliath, the giant whom 
David slew. 
D^3, W|, ilWa, D*J>J ; see ^73- 
DItJ; see'oW. 

M/il. Pi. n?3. — I. shaved head or beard. 

II. devastated by war, Isa. 7 :20. 

Pu. icw shaven, Ju. 16:17, 22; 

Jer. 41:5. Hithp. j/wm himself. 
HP3 p. n. of a city. 
fipjpj, n^j ; see n?3- 

/7| (sing. p. l.*rr&!, pl.'^J inf. 
ft, 7*13; imp.*?!,?*).— l.Vofl (as 

a stone). — Il.with ?JJD roll away, 
used metaphorically of things mo- 
rally heavy. — III. with ?N, bl[ 
commit to,\\t. roll upon; ^752 7*13 
^"H commit thy way unto the 
Lord, Ps. 37:5. Niph. ?33 were 
rolled u]>, Isa. 34:4; rolled away, 
Am. 5 : 24. Pil. ^| n>// of, Jer. 
51 :25. Hithpal. roll, rush in vio- 
lently, Joh30 : 14. Hiph. 73fl ro//, 
Gen. 29: 10. Po. 7?i3 ro« a6o«* 
in, Isa. 9:4. Hithpo.?!?i 371 HroZted 
tra, weltered in, 2 Sa. 20: 12. — II. 
/</// wpow, with 7j>, Gen. 43 : 18. 
7 P3 m. — I. dung. — II. ??3I1 because, 
for the sake of; ^7?33 for thy 
sake. — III. p. n. pf a man. 



773 m. Ch., great, heavy, (of stones). 
7?.|' m. (with suff. 1^3 ; pi. D^3 ; 

const, v /3) dung. 
7/3, v?3 p.n. of a man. 
D v-1?3 m. pi., idols. 
/v3 m. — I. that which can be turned 

• T 

on hinges, 1 Ki. 6:34. — II. ring, 
Cant. 5: 14. — III. circuit, tract of 
country ; 793 H and n793n P- n - 
of a region in the tribe of Naph- 
tali, Galilee. 

ri7v3 f. circuit, region. 

73 m. (pi. DvJ). — I. a heap (of stones, 
Sfc). — II. spring, fountain. — III. 
pi. waives, breakers. 

&?% p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Benjamin; I Sa. c. 25; Jos. c. 10. 

73 m., oil jar, Zee. 4:2. 

H?3 f. — I. same as 73 (pi. ni?3) well, 
Jos. 15:10; Jud. 1 : 15— Il.'const. 
n?3 oil jar or vessel. — III. vase- 
like ornaments, or flowers on the 
capitals of columns. 

73^3 m.— I. wheel ; pi. 0^3. — II. 
whirlwind. — III. chaff (as driven by 
the wind). 

7373 m. Ch., wheel, Dan. 7 : ( J. 

h&Z m. — I. cart wheel, Isa. 28:28. . 
— II. p. n. of a city between Je- 
richo and Jordan. 

117373 f. — 1. skull. — II. used in num- ! 
bering men, as we say, head of 
cattle; with sum inP3p3; pi. with \ 
suff. DJn'73 l ?3. 

np3D f., volume, roll, book. 

f~l?3p f. Ch., the same. 

Q /l\ wrapped together (as a mantle), 
2 Ki. 2:8. 
Dv3 m., cloak, mantle, Eze. 27 :24. 






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H33 



D?3 m., embryo, foetus, Ps. 139: 16. 
T^!3/;j m., hard, barren, fruitless. 

/?;!. Hithp. J??5nn intermeddle, be 
impudent. 

iy?il I. p.n., Gilead, the son of Machir, 
grandson of Manasseh: hence, — 
1 1, p.n. of a hill and town near Le- 
banon. — III. of a region beyond 
Jordan ; Hj/?;! a Gileadite. 

iy?3 {heap of witness), p. n. of the 
heap of stones erected by Laban 
and Jacob, Gen. 31:47,48. 

J /| " appear," Cant. 4:1; 6:5, Eng. 

Ver. ; meaning uncertain. 
3i; see Dft3- 

tfj&;l. Pi. drink in, Job 29:24. Hiph. 

T T 

give to drink, Gen. 24: 17. 
KIDS m., the paper reed; 8703 J"QFI 
an ark of reeds, and '3 y3 a boat 
of reeds. 

10^ m., pruning knife, short-sword, 
' Ju 3:16. 
DH733 m. pi., short-swordsmen, Eze. 

• T - * 

27:11. 
;T7p3 p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 

7u% (fut. ?bai). — I. recompense, re- 
pay, with ? and ?JJ. — II. mature, 
ripen. — III. wean as a child. 
Niph. was weaned. 

P-17D3 recompence, retribution, either 
of good or bad actions. 

i'-lftS p. n. of a man. 

n>172>3 f., recompence, retribution. 

•KvD3 {God my restorer), p.n. of a 
man. 

>17D3F) m., retribuliim, kindness, Ps. 
116:12. 



%>3 com., camel; pi. DV733. 
Y733 p. n. of a man. 

UUA (Arab, filled up, desired). 
D3 moreover, also ; D3H is it not also? 
DJ—DJ and.. .also; *3 D2 but if, 
although. 
n733?p f., desire, object, Hab. 1 : 9. 

|*5? (Syr. a well). 
f72-13 m., a well or pit, Ecc. 10:8. 

IDS (fut. "to). — I. /winy Jo pass.— 
II. finish, fail. 
"1733 Ch., complete, learned,Eze. 7: 12. 
nnDJI and -innD| p.n. of a man. 

t : - : t : -T * 

"1733 p. n. — I. of a northern race of 
people, perhaps the Cymri. — II, 
of the wife of Hosea. 

|3 garden; see p3. 

Jj3 he stole, with or without violence; 
T with I?, Gen. 31:20, 26, 27, 
" sio/e away unawares." Niph. 
stolen. Pi. secretly, Ex. 22:11. 
Pu. steals, was stolen. Hith. sJo/e 
themselves away. 
233 m., a fAie/. 

71333 f., sfo/en Ming", Ex. 22:2, 3. 
1*1233 p. n. of a man. 
ri33,n : 33; see pi 

T~ T • ' 

(Ja root not used; (Arab, covered). 
?33 m., pi. EPJJJi const. »J33 frai- 

5Mre5. 
T3| or T35 m. Ch., pi. pT33 treasures. 
TJTJ3 m.,'treasury, 2 Ch.'28:ll. 

1 33 guard, protect, with ?N, ?y. Hiph. 

the same. 
|| con*, (with suff. »3|, pi. D^33) a 

g-arcten. 
n3il f., a garden ; pi. JVI33. 
H33 f., the same. 



HS^l root not used; (Arab, troop of 
men). 

£)3 m. — I. person, self; 15321 with him- 
self only, i.e. alone, Ex. 21:3,4. — 
II. back, i.e. hillock, Pro. 9:3. 

P]3 m. Ch., pi. 1*33 wings. 

iSil m., name of a tree ; probably, 
f/ie pitch-pine, Gen. 6: 14. 



3^ ( 54 ) 

H^a p. n. of a man. 

)iri33, *'iri3| p. n. of a man. 

|3D' m. (stiff. *33ft, pi. D^ft) shield, 

fig., Goof </ie protector, Gen. 15:10; 

pK"\33E> s/ueMs o/ the earth, i.e. 

princes, Ps. 47:10., &c. 
H33D f., with D 7 veiling, covering of 

heart, Lam. 3:65. 

' ')(^ /ow;ed (as oxen), Job 6:5. 
nj£3 p. n. of a place near Jerusalem. 

/J73 loathed, abhorred. Niph. was 
rejected, cast away, 2 Sa. 1:21. 
Hiph. cas? (brought forth prema- 
turely), Job 21: 10. 

sV2t m., loathing, Eze. 16:5. 

7VJ p. n. of a man. 

lJZ-3 (fut. 1^31) rebuked, reproved, 

with a. 
H1JJ3 f., chiding, reproof. 
TTTj)^ rebuke, calamity, Deu. 28:20. 

£^J?| s/toofc, trembled, Ps. 18:8. Pu. 

fc^3 was s/ia&ew,Job34:20. Hithp. 

tt>a5 moiled. Hithpo. the same, 

Jer. 25:16. 

D^3 p. n. of a mountain in the tribe 

of Ephraim. 
T\])J Kal. inf. const, from JJ33- 
uF\]}$ p.n. of the son of Eliphaz. 
?]3 oo<fy; see P|33« 

|23 com. — I. climbing plant. — II. vine 



713 

rTHSjl f., brimstone. 
13; see 113 and TI3. 

T|,TJi se T e 1-13- 
^13 (same as mil), p. n. of a man. 

-J |3 root not used; like scratch, scurf, 
and many other words in all lan- 
guages, an imitation of the noise 
made in scratching, &c. 
313 m., scurf, scurvy. 
313 p. n. of one of David's generals. 
-lO, nYlHTJj see -113. 
^'inil p. n. of a nation of Canaanites. 

"1 **]| Hithp . inf . 113 n H scrape, scratch, 
Job 2:8; see 213- 

n lit Pi. H13 produce, kindle strife. 
Hithp. prepare to contend, contend 
with; const, with 3. 
i113Fl f., attack, stroke, Ps. 39: 11. 
1 113 m., throat; see 113- 
m3, T fn|; see 113- 
fttnS sojoumin g ; see 1-1 3- 

Tl| same as 1]3. Niph. pret. ' , fin33 
/ am cut off, Ps. 3 1 : 23 ; 88:6. 
}T13 m., axe. 

*HI (TJW P- n. of a nation of Ca- 
naanites. 
D V P3 in p n.of a mountain, Gerizim. 



y root not used ; (Arab, was gravelly, 
sandy). 
^T)3 m. (pi. rri'piU).— I. lot,lit. the 
pebble by which it was determined. 

—11. m\ m\ -n^n, ^sn, 

TT TT* I . . . » . . I 

?113!1 fJI^ determined by lot; 

W3 rt»jj n^, ^jii \b njn i.e. 

K¥J thYloi fell. — III. the" 'thing 
obtained by lot. 

T\3i (const. Vl3) Pro. 19:19; keri 
713 great. 



D"tf 



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)W1 



D13 m. (pi. D»»"13).— I. 6one.— II. 

powerful, Gen. 49: 14. — III. frame- 
work, pulpit, 2 Ki. 9:13. 

Dnji m. Ch.. bone. 

tlil cut, spoil, Zep. 3 : 3. Pi. hit. W\V 

s/ia// destroy. 
''pli p. n. of a man. 

I jil root not used ; (Arab, place for 
drying dates). 

\y f. (pi. rrirji; const, rrtrij).— i. 

open p/ace aJ //te gate o/ a dfy, 
courf of justice. — II. thresldng- 
floor. — III. corn of the floor, Job 
39 : 12. IDNH pj p. n. of a place 
beyond Jordan: seeTLDX- 

* T T 

D~W pained, overivhelmed, Ps. 119:20. 
Hipb. fut. D"l^jl «wi brake, des- 
troyed, Lam. 3 : 1G. 
fni m. (with suff. i#"13), thrashed; 
perhaps, ground corn, Lev. 2: 
14,16. 

y Jil 1. £oe& away. — II. shaved, took 
away the beard, Jer. 48 : 37 . Niph. 
(fut. JPiP, jniP) was ta&m away. 
Pi. drauw o/; fut. jnr Job 36 :27. 
Diy"1jD f. pi., ledges, steps in build- 
ings, 1 Ki. 6:6. 

»l }^ swept away (as a flood), Jud. 5:21. 
PjniK m., fist. 

nsiift f., furrow, Joel 1:17. 

1 j3 he drew, dragged ; fut. "Y|!P- 

Niph. fut. "i|) c/iew; the cud. Po. 

sawed, 1 Ki. 7:9. Hithpo. sw;e£tf 

away, Jer. 30:23. 
rn3 f. — 1. the cud. — II. Gerah, a 

weight equal to the twentieth part 

of a shekel. 
"1|")3 in., berry, Isa. 17:6. 



rniH;! f., throat, front of the neck. 

p"l| m. (const. ])li), throat. 

n~lJD f., saw. 
"Hil p. n. of a city of the Philistines. 
W~\l flower; see D"iJ. 

£/ j3 pwf /br/A, cast forth. Niph. tt«u 
casZ, driven, out. Pi. &hj! arpeZ. 
Pu. £Hi! was expelled. 

EH3 m., produce, fruit, Deu. 33 : 14. 

n&HJi expulsion. 

£H3D m. — I. suburbs. — II. pastures, 
open places. — III. lands, surround- 
ing the cities of the Levites; pi. 

DKHil p. n. of the son of Moses. 
jbhi (Gershon), p. n. of a man; *3&ha 

a Gershonite. 
m, TP|, n^^ Kal imp., from &$}. 
W| Kal imp. pi., from BtfJ- 

Hk73 (bridge), p. n. of three places. — 
1. the country of the Canaanites 
to the east of Jordan. — II. of a 
district in South Palestine. — III. 
of a district in Syria. "H-I^il a 
Geshurite. 

Dfe/il Kal, root not used; (Arab, fat- 
ness). Hiph. part. pi. D^65>3» 
cause to rain, Jer. 14:22. 
□K-'JJ m., heavy shower; pi. DDK'J, 

Q6?3 m., the same; with suff. PIDt5>3- 

v . t : 

QK>3 m., body. 

Dt^i, -IDK'a p. n. of a man. 

ji^il (Goshen), p. n. — I. of the country 
bordering on Egypt, which was in- 
habited by the Israelites during the 
first captivity. — II. of a town in 
the tribe of Judaii. 



wa ( 56 ) 

N3K>5 T . n. of a man. 

t : • l 

S2W . Pi. fut. with H parag. AWM 

toe feel, grope about, Isa. 59: 10. 
T\m Kal inf. with suff. "W|, from 

'"''my 

T\A f. — I. the vat in which grapes were 
trodden; pi. T\\F\$ — II. p. n. of a 
city of the Philistines in the 
country of Goliath. "t£inn T)$ p.n. 
of a town in the tribe of Zebulnn; 
f\121 HI p.n. of cities of the Levites 
inDanandManasseh; ''Flil aGittite. 
D^FI3 p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Benjamin. 
rPPlil i., probably the name of a mu- 
sical instrument; occurs in the 
titles of certain psalms. 
"IH3 p. n. of a people of Syria, Gen 
" 10:23. 



pm 



Wl pron. Ch. f. and neuter, this; $.1 

$!\? together. 

^^sl same as 2-H was languid. 

- T ° 

niX* 7 ] f., pining away, Job 41 : 14. 
flifrn m., extreme languor, fainting; 
const, fn&n, Deu. 28:65. 

3frn fish, same as 3^; see ^\1- 

3K""-1 I. grieve, be anxious, with 7 — 

II. fear, with \Q. 
Wh (Syr. N1), p. n. of a prince of 

the Edornites. 
T\W1 f., anxiety, alarm. 

ntfltiew; fut.n«n», fcTM. 

r\X1 f., name of a bird, kite, Lev. 1 1 : 

T T 

14; LXX. ytn//; Vulg. milvus ; 
corresponding passage, Deu. 14: 13, 

T T 



Ibn p. n., same as 1)% 
2,1 bear; see 32*1- 

fcO -T root not used; (Arab, produced, 
multiplied). 
NIll riches, power; LXX. «J"x^f» ^eu. 
33:25; with suff. ^21- 

HIl^l crept, flowed softly (of wine), 
Cant. 7:10. 
21, 2\l m. (pi. D»2ll) a &aw. 
!1^ m. Ch., the same. 
H^H f. — J. calumny. — II. calumniator, 
T Pro. 25:10. 
nn'U'H bee; see "Dl- 

Hill Ch., sacrificed, Ezr. 6:3; see 

rint- 

rQ^ m. Ch., sacrifice, Ezr. 6:3. 
nriD m. Ch., attar, Ezr. 7:17. 

D^VlS *j m. pi., pigeons' dung, 2 Ki. 
i 6:25. 
T!in oracle; see "QT 

/5*1 root not used ; (Arab, pressed 
together). 

nh>21 f. (const. T-621; pi. D^a* 5 !) 
t •• : v v . • •• : 

7ra\uQi),cake of dry figs. 
rb21, U)r021, '1 JV3 p. n. of a city 

' of the Moabites. 
Dvin p.n. of a man. 

pj^andp?^ (fut.p5T.J »»• n^^ T ). 
— I. adhered, cleft to. — II. reached, 
attained, with 2, ?, ?ty Pu. fut. 
pi. -IpST made to adhere. Hiph. 
(fut. p*3T, p3TD joined, caused 
to stick, attained. Hoph. part 
p2"]P stuck to, Ps.22:16. 
pn'HCh., adhered, Dan. 2:43. 
p!2"^ m -» adhering; pi. E3'j?{3/9* 
pD'H m., solder, for joining metals ; 
pi. D^pQ" 1 ! rivets (for armour). 






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IT 



!)PT not used in the pres. pret.; part. 
i3fo speaking; "13*1 spoken ; inf. 
*T*i3*l thy speaking. Piel "13*1, 
"13*1 (fut. "12*11) he sp°ke, uttered 
words to or with any one, with ?, 
7X,DJJ, fiK, 3, hV; concerning any 
one, with 3,?**, ?V_ ; against any 
one, with 7*J, 3 ; by any one, with 
3, *1*;3 used idiomatically; "12"] 
nOT.9 /ie threatened; W121 '1 
/(<? uttered words ; Dv^ '*!, with 
FIX or DJJ /?e spo&e friendly with 
any one; with 3 the same; '*! 
n^fcO /ie asAed Aer in marriage. 

T • T 

Pu. was spoken. Niph. became, 
i.e. se£ aoowJ speaking, with 3, 7jJ. 
Hiph. subdued (with his word) ; 
fut. "13*1*1. Hithp. part. "I3;l» 
speaking. 
Ol m. (const.ll'l ; pi. D^D*!, n?!). 

T — i. word; D^rn K^fes Wo- 

gwenJ man. — II. f/iing-. — III. ^/tiwg-, 
matter, subject in hand; D1* 13^ 
0*3 Me Ming- (duty) of the day 
in its day; vf?$n D^n TIX 
a/ter Mese things, uera ravra : 
121 fc6 nothing; '1 *'X there is 
7iothing; '1 7*J3 /te tr/io pleads a 
cause; "13*1 and *"13*1 7*J because; 
"IEW "13*1 7jJ fcecawse o/. 

0*5 xn., pestilence; pi. , '")3*1. 

")T3* T T m. — I. Me oracle, i. e. the place 
in the temple whence responses 
were given. — II. p. n. of a city in 
the tribe of Judah. 

13 5 "! m., /o/d, pasture, Mic. 2:12. 

1"D*] f., cause /or adjudication; ?]}_ 
T~\121 because ; with ~*5* because 
that; *ri")3*l ?JJ according to, af- 
ter the order of, Vs. 110:4. 



m3*i t. ch., cawss. 

mb*! f.— I. a />ee; pi. nnh*i — n. 

t : l • : 

p. n. of a woman who judged Is 

rael. 

ni""*! 5 "" f. pi., floats, rafts, 1 Ki. 5:23. 

ni"l3*l f. pi., sayings, Deu. 33:3. 

"13*10 m. — I. any large plain used for 
pasture. — II. a desert or wilder- 
ness; ")3*l*3n the desert of Sinai. 
— III. speech, address, Cant. 4:3. 

Wy\ m - (with suff. *E>3*1).— I. honey 
of bees. — II. honey dew,collected in 
large quantities in Palestine. 

JW3^! f. — I. the hunch, or more pro- 
bably, the pack-saddle of a camel. 
— II. p.n. of a place, Jos. 19:11. 

(U -J multiplied, Gen. 48: 16. 

jV(i*n) m., fish; pi. d*:r, *:n. 

H31 const. n2*l {., a fish, fish in ge- 
neral. 

ji3*l m., p. n. of an idol of the Phi- 
listines, probably in the form of a 
fish. 

pi (const. 1 11) m. — l.bread. — II. corn. 

.y^ part. 7-1 in. — I. marked, signal- 
ised, Cant. 5: 10.— II. fut. ?hl2 we 
will set up our banner, Ps. 20:6. 
Niph. part. pl.rVP 3*13 having ban- 
ners, i.e. an army, Cant. 6:4,10, 
see next word. 

bil m. (with suff. fty-J; pi. 0*73*1, 
v3*l), standard, banner. 
|3*1 com.; see *13*1- 

\J •! hatch, brood over eggs, isa. 34 : 
15; Jer. 17:11. 

"H m., dual 0**1*1, **1*1 Me tw( 
breasts of a woman. 



nm 



ITT^. Hith. tut. nT^ I will pro- 
ceed gently, submissively, joyfully- 

j*n (pi. D^rn), p. n. of the inhabi- 
' tants of a district in the north of 
Arabia. 

D'OTm" m. pi., p. n. of a people. 

2TV\ m. Ch., gold. 
nirnft f., an epithet of Babylon, lit. 
place of gold, Isa. 14:4. 
NTH p. n. of a people who were colo- 
nised in Samaria, Ezr. 4:9. 
DPR. Niph. part. DH*1? reduced, im- 
potent, Jer. 14:9. 
*"irn, part, "irn charging, attacking, 
Nah.3:2. 
mrn f., charge of cavalry ; pi. 

Vfrirn, Jud. 5:22. 

"iniR m., name of a tree; Vulg. 
ulnus ; the elm or box. 
2)1 same as 21 bear; see 221- 
D*n same as 2iSn wasting. Hiph. 
part. pi. n'llHP ttwig» wasting, 
Lev. 26:16. 
OT and jIH (from 2%) he shall fish, 
Jer. 16:16. 
3-H, 3J*H m., a fisher. 
T]M1 f., fishing, Am. 4:2. 

^n I. root not used ; Ch. was 
agitated. — II. same as TJ he 
loved. 

■fltj m . — I. a pot or caldron; pi. 
D^n — II. basket; pi. D^-H- 

OW-H m. pi. — 1. baskets. — II. man- 
drakes, plants used as philtres or 
love potions. 

Tta m. (pi. DH^).- 1, hoe.— II. 
offices of love. — 111. beloved.— IV. 
uncle. 



( 58 ) ""I 

mil f., aunt. 

T 

1VT, Tl/l p. n., David king of Israel 
MM I. was sick. — II. was unclean, 

T T 

polluted; mf.r\r\)1 her uncle annesi 
(i. e. the menses), Lev. 12:2. 
f[)1 m., iTn f., sicfc, unclean. 

V T ' T T ' 

*1/j m., sickness, disease, Ps. 40:4. 
^"H m., habitual (chronic) disorder. 
nil inf. of (TH, which see. 

: t t' 

nnD m., consuming disease. 

rOT. Hiph. nHn I. acpe/, Jer. 51 : 

34. — II. dispel, i.e. scour clean. 
TH p.n., same as TH ; see 1)1- 



. 






T|V^ same as "J]?! oeaf, pounded, Nut; 
11:8. 
rmp f., wortar, Nu. 11:8. 

HgO^n f., LXX. £7ro-4/; Vulg.upupa; 
the hoopoe, Lev. 11:19; Deu. 14 : 18. 

Dm *! root not used, same as U121 was 

- T 

siteni. 
n»-n f.— 1. silent.— II. death. — III. 
f/je grave. — IV. p. n. of a people 
of Arabia. 
r^TD-H f. — L remaining, abiding. — II. 

quietness, silence. 
DTD-ll m., very qui?t, silent. 
p&ftW p. n., same as p&lpl. 
|-nj see p^. 

3311, 3311 m., waar. 

1*11 (fut. f-1T) /eaps, exw/te, Jot t 
41:14. 

ptfl Ch., grtricJ smaZZ, Dan. 2:35, 
p'JI m., entrenchment, foss, dyke, used 
in sieges. 

Ill I. dwell, reside, Ps. 84:11. — II 
encircle, place round, Eze. 24:5. 
HI Ch., dwell. 






-in 



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II. a 



nn 



*»-n m. — I. a circle, Isa 29:3. 

ball, ls&. 22:18. 
TH, TI m. (lit. circle of years). — I. 

age, generation. — II. mce of men; 

tii ti, Tn -rib, ti t6, Ti ny 

Til, TI TlO from generation 
to generation, for ever; pi. "in 
Dn'n eternity; nnn generations 
of men, posterity. — III. habitation 
(see Tfl); with D12X sepulchre, 
Ps. 49:20. 

TI m. Ch., age, generation. 

TH, 1X1, TI HSp and/1 niQ3 p.n. 
of a city not far from Mount Carmel . 

inp m. Ch., habitation. 

"HD m. Ch., the same. 

TVnO f., pile of fire. 

J^Tnn f. Ch., a revolution; fcTinnS 

t • : ' * t • : • 

continually, Dan. 6:17,21. 
>n p. n. of a valley or plain in Ba- 
bylonia. 

r H and £>H (fut. K^IT).— I. tread, 
trample on. — II. tread out corn. — 
III. metaphorically, conquer ene- 
mies. Niph. E^'TIJ was trampled 
down; inf. abs. ^*nn. Hoph.fut. 
&~\_V is trodden, Isa. 28:27. 

2*n Ch., is trodden, Dan. 7:23. 

J>n m., time of treading out corn, 
Lev. 26:5. 

l^HD f., with suff. T\W1V my 
treading out, Isa. 21:10. 

n see nn. 

M -1 drive, urge on to fall ; inf. abs. 
nrn ; part. f. iT-lin impelled. 
Niph. wrg-ed or impelled ; part. pi. 

D'rro, »im pu. pi. urn are 

driven. 
rn m. (with pause *IT1), impulse, 
being driven on. 



mrn_ ch. f., P i. p r rn Dan. 6:19. 

" instruments of music," Eng. 
Ver. ; meaning uncertain. 
nrnp m., driving out, r uin, Prov, 
'26:28. 

HPTl Niph. fut. pi. -lnT, same as 
nrn Niph., is urged, impelled. 

/ITl Ch., part, ^ni fearful. Pa. 
affright, Dan. 4:2. 

jM •( m., millet, Eze. 4:9. 

nn^T, part. pi. D^D-IPR hurried, hasten- 
ed. Niph. was hurried. 
nisrnft f. pi.; Hu7 swiftly, hastily, 
Ps. 140:12. 

pM^l press upon, Joel 2:8; part, 
prn oppressor, Ju. 2:18. 

^1 m. (const, n, with suff. '•n), a 
sufficiency, enough; 2^7] n as 
mwc/i as shall restore, Lev. 25:28; 
Dn sufficient for them ; 2?H n 
enough of milk, Pro. 27:27; "H3 
same as 3; n2 as (i£ were) enough; 
nD same as JDj iW3 iW n» 

... I . T T ; T T •• • 

/rom year to year, yearly. 

^ Ch. — I. the relative pron. who, 
which, what, hke "IfcW. — II. of, 
like the de of the modern European 
languages. — III. conj. like 1^i< 
that. — IV. same as '•S, on. n? 
when, as; n }D /row f/ie time 
when; n "JJJ until. 

3nT n {enough of gold) ; p. n. of a place 
in the desert near Sinai, Deut. 1:1. 

jinn p. n. — I. of a town of the Moab- 
ites. — II. of a place in the tribe of 
Judah; same as PttiDn. 

T • 

^n, jn fishermen; see Ml. 

iP^T root not used; Ch.Xm was black. 



m 



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-on 



rVn f., black vulture, turkey buzzard; 
T LXX. Iktivoq, Vulg. milvus, Deut. 
14:13, &c. 
Y^ m., ink, Jer.36:l8. 
flGF*[ same as \)2^ p. n. of a town 

of Moab. 
n:'lD^ p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 

VI and VH (pret. and part. )\, inf. 
and imper. H; fut. |H>). — 1. 
judged. — II pleaded, defended. — 
III. punished, with 3. — IV. con- 
tend with one, with DJ/\— V. go- 
vern, with 2. Niph. part. |VlJ 
contend, 2 Sa'. 19: 10. 

p^ and |-n Ch., the same. 

1^ (|-n Job 19:29.)m.— I. judgment. 
—II. cause for judgment (fl and 
n^y yi he pleaded a cause).— 
III. litigation, strife. 

j^ m.Ch. — I. judgment. — II. court of 
judgment. — III. punishment. 

rW] p.n. of the daughter of Jacob. 

KW Ch., p.n. of a people of Assyria. 

£? m., a jna^e; Ch. pi. ^Judges 

pi p.n., Dan. — I. a son of Jacob and 
T his tribe. — II. a city in the north 
of Palestine. 

hwy% ^n p.n., Danie/. 

)'nD m. — I- dispute, contention; pi. 
DWD, D-3HD.-H. I'n?? B»$ 
man o/ Aeig-M, siaJnre (see PHD), 
2 Sa. 21:20.— III. P- n. of a city 



rOHD f., lit. jurisdiction: hence, — I. 

province. — II. region, country. 
mH£ f. Ch., the same. 

t • : 

nQ >,T I p. n. ol a son of Japhet, 1 Ch 
1:6, a wrong reading tor nip*"] 
Gen. 10:3. 

p^y\ dyke; see pVT. 

$*l tread; see B^Pf. 

P^ >0 ?| m . — I. a species of deer, Deut. 
14:5. — II. p. n. of a son of Seir 
and of a district called after him. 

"^l poor; see "pi. 

"^l Ch. pron., this, he; fern. ^ s/te. 

fcO^t. Pi. Wl. — I. beat small, break. 

T T T • 

— II. trample on. — Pu. was broken, 
contrite. Hith. fut. -1K3T shall be 
broken. Niph. part., beaten, op- 
pressed, Isa. 57:15. 
JO"! m. — I. crushed. — II. humbled, 

T " 

dejected. 
T]y\ is broken, Ps. 10:10. Niph. 

T T 

broken, afflicted. Pi. iYTft thou 
/?as£ broken. 
*3\ m., with suff. Dp'H, Meir ceas- 
ing 1 , dashing, Ps. 93: 3. 

'Tp^ root not used, same as HDI and 

H^ (with pause "^ m.), poor, mean, 
q^icfed, Pro. 26:28; V31 KJ^J 
ma/jes hateful those whom it has 
afflicted. 

nBT f., bruising, QXdmg, Deu. 33 : 2. 






13^ Ch. pron., f/m. 



of the Canaanites. , 

HO m. (pi. D^IO).— I- striM dis- \ ~J~ Ch., same as "IDT male. 
T putes.— II. p.u'of the son of Abra- j "Q^ m. Ch., a ram; pi. HPT 

ham and Keturah. | (hj^ m. Ch. (emph. state rtfnrni, 

*31D (pi. D^IP) Midianite; seel Jnemoriol, record, Ezr. 6 : 2. 

dwd T: I n^ mCh ' thesame,Ezr - 4:15, 



bn 



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riDi 



^"H poor; see rP"! and Tvl- 

3/^1 leaping, skipping. Pi. the s^me, 
with^ 

"1/1 I. draw I water from a well). Pi. 

T T v 

draw up out of prison, Ps. 30:2. 

— II. totter, vacillate, be lame; 

Vtyl for -iVl, Pro. 26:7. 
^ ni. for n^ door, Ps. 141 : 3. 
n^. gate, c/oor; dual DTfP'n, *fl^ 

folding, double doors or g-afes ; 

D)D^ "•np'H Mtf doors of heaven 

(clouds?);' D'OD '1 "doors of the 

face (jaws), Job 41:6; jpg ^ 

doors of the womb. PI. nill?^ ; 

const. D'ln^ f. (m. Neh. 13:19). 

— 1. doors. — II. leaves, valves of 

gates. — III. leaves of a book, Jer. 

36:23. 
v"! m., bucket, Isa. 40:15. 
*W m., dual D^l (with suff. rVj), 

his drawings up or yb? "^A, Nu. 24 : 7 . 
nvl f., pi. niv^ boughs, branches. 
nj^, -in^ p. n. of a man. 
n ?^ poverty ; see 7?1- 

H / "I disturb, render muddy (of water), 

Eze.32:2, 13. 
I^H for -l^n Pi. imp. pi., from r6l- 

// M wasted, reduced, weakened. Niph. 

(fut. /H*l) is wasted, reduced. 
h m. (pi. D^_ ; f. nh, pi. rtVu 

7?oor, weak. 
n?^ f. — I. i/im Mread, Isa. 38: 12. — 

II. smallness, poverty. — III. hair of 

the head, Cant. 7:6; pi. IT)?" 1 !- 
njv'l p. n. of the concubine of 

Samson. 
j/?" 5 ] p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Judah. 



s^n 



dropped. — II. shed tears. 
5)5^. m., rain drop. 
pb/H p.n. of the son of Liaman. 

pS^l (fut. pp*l^). — 1. burning, consu 
ming. — II. applied metaphorically 
to strong mental affections, with 
"HD^- Hiph. kindled, inflamed. 

pfo Ch., burnt, Dan. 7:9. 

npp'H f., burning fever, Deu. 28:22. 

n^f;' D^ri^n, nirta; see nH 

CH; seeDIW- 

I. ilO'l tfas //'£e fo, resembled, with 

P, P^. Niph. was assimilated, with 
3- Pi. nST — I. assimilated, com- 
pare, with t 5 , /X II. imagined, 

thought, meditated. Hithp. fut. 
HEHK same as Niph., Isa. 14:14. 

II. (ID -I same as QTD'H. — I. silent, 

T T ~ T 

quiet. — U. ruined, destroyed. Niph. 
was silent, ruined. Pi. extermi- 
nate, destroy. 

HD'n Ch., be similar, like. 

n-ID" 1 ) f., similitude, likeness ; n-ICHS 
(also without 3) as, like. 

Vp" 7 ] m., silence, rest. 

ift^ m., the same. 

P^P'H m., same as rvift"! likeness, Ps 
17:12. 

Uul (pret. pi. flSffi; imp. and inf. D'H ; 
flit, EST; pi. -1DTJ was dumb, 
quiet, inactive, in consequence of 
some strong affection of the mind, 
with 7 ; n'ln v '^ to wait silently 
upon the Lord. Po. "•ripDH made 
silent, Ps. 1 3 1 : 2. Hiph. DTI re ■ 
duced to silence, ruined, Jer. 8:14. 
Niph. D13 (fuUET, WFI) became 
silent, destroyed. 
HEn f., cut of, ruined, Eze. 27 :32. 






»DT 



nttEH f., silence, 1 Ki. 19:12. 



( 62 ) KTI 

njn knowledge ; see JH\ 



jP^ m., du»g\ 

n^CH p.n. of a town in the tribe of 
t : • * 

Zebulun. 
|D*1D p. n. of a town of Moab. 
rODIP f.— I. dung-hill, Isa. 25 : 10.— 

II. p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Benjamin. 



nS *f root not used; (Arab, slaying). 
ipl (with pause " , Q' : l m.) stroke, de 
struction, Ps. 50:20. 

DS "I. — I. taaf, drive (as cattle), Gen. 
33: 13. — II. knock at a door, Cant. 
5:2. Hith. knocked, Judg. 19:22. 



II. 



, IpDT p. n. of one of the stations oi 

HDttift p. n. of a town in the tribe of T '• T . ,. x . t , 

T ; : - r the Israelites in the desert. 
Judah, Jos. 15:31. 

J7D1 m., lit. tear (with suff. ^H, j ^ p . n . ^ a district of Joktan in 

Vv ^>o.oo^ .-«.Va -./• +;,<» grape, T : \ .. ^ , ~ n » 

Arabia, Gen. 10:27. 

Ppl (fut. pT, with suff. ttgTJ&eaJ or 

grind small. Hiph. pTH (fut. with 

suff. Dp^IK for DfpnS ; inf. pHH, 

also p*] n adv., as ^ne as dust, Ex. 

30:36), reduce to powder. Hoph. 

fut. pTV is ground, powdered, Isa. 

28:28. 
pp" 1 ] Ch., pounded. Aph. made «maW • 

see p-H- 
p'nm., Hp^f., small, thin, impalpable ; 

p"n s., small dust, 
pi m., thin, fine cloth, Isa. 40:22. 

ip -T (fut. Ipl^) pierce, run through. 
Niph. fut. "IpT s/iaM 6e f/«rws/ 
through, Isa. 13:15. Pu. part. 
OHpljp — I. they who are thrust 
through. — II. slain by want, Lam. 
4:9. 
"Ip"! p. n. of a man. 
nilp'l^ f. pi., piercings of the sword, 
Pro. 12:18. 
T 5 ! marble; see TH- 
"TVVI race; see 1H% 



Ex. 22:29), juice of the 
olive, «Sfc. 

nyni f. (pi. ntyfc'n) — i. *ear. 

weeping. 

pm\ p&fiTl, p^Pl P-n. 

— I. Damascus, a city of Syria. — 

II. a Damascene (supp. &^N>), Gen. 

15:2. 
pbW or p^P'H damask, silk cloth 

made at Damascus. 
P} , see \% 

j "I Ch. pron., Mis, f/ia^; emph. n^H; 

T\Y\5 </ms; Hrt. ^ thereupon; 

T\Y) "HPIX afterwards. 
TMI p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Judah. 
nDnJ'n p.n. of a town in Edom. 
b&)k p.n.; see }rt. 
^Jl Kal pret. with suff. and 3 epenth., 

"from \>X 
JH» nyi knowledge; see JH\ 
Hjn Kal imp. with il parag., from 

' 'JTP. 
T'tf-'ttH P- n. of a man. 



-I. put out, extinguish. — II 
made worse. Niph. -1Djn3 are ex- ^T! root not used; (Arab.ftrcite evil), 
linguished, Job 6: 17. Pu. •13Jk?M \Wlfi rn., abhorring, contempt, Dan 



the same, Ps. 118:12. 



12:2. 



KTT 



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pi 



|1X"n m. abomination, Isa. 66 : 24. 

tl^T root not used ; (Arab, point.) 

p*!*! m. (7oac£ ; fiovKCPrpov, 1 Sa. 

18 : 21. 
niataTH f. pi. goads, Ecc. 12 : 11. 

-H t * oot no ^ use< ^ > (Arab, s/^p, stair), 
n^yifp f. steep place, precipice. 

VTFli "^TL D'lTJ, ^ ; see TH- 

ttfVTl p. n. of the kinsrs of Persia. — 

VT ; |r - & 

— I. Darius the Median (Cyaxares 
II.)- — II. Darius Hystaspes. — III. 
Darius Nothus. 

*H ]1 1. tread (as grapes), with ?}}, 3. 
— II. bend a bow, by placing the 
left foot upon it ; D^n /I he shot 
arrows from the bent bow. — III. 
tread down, destroy. — IV. enter, 
pass in, with ?H, 3 — V. walk in 
state. — Hiph. I. caused to proceed, 
led. — II. bent as a bow. — III. trod 
down. — IV. took possession of. 
TO com. (with suff. »S"fl; pl.D*3TT, 
^"H; dual D*3Tp).— I. way, road; 
Y#'n way to the tree; "^©D '1 
king's highway. — II. journey; /I 
Di s H a day's journey. — III. mode, 
manner, custom; nin > '1 God's 

T ! 

dealings. — IV. the fruits of one's 

ways, Isa. 10:24, &c. 
^""HD m., foot-prints, Deu. 2:5. 
j'lDSTl drachm, same as jiSTlX. 
P^PII Damascus, same as pt^PI- 

yTn com. Ch., arm, Dan. 2:32. 

STHK com. Ch., arm, Ezr. 4:23. 
PP"!l P- n - °f a rnan. 

i ]^I root not used; (Arab, jlew, went, 
round). 

~\\lr\ m. — I. swallow or wild pigeon. 



— II. spontaneously flowing myrr\ 
Ex. 30:23, hence: — III. liberty; 
3 and ? SH N"lp he proclaimed 
liberty to any one, he manumitted 
his slave; "liTin rW the year of 
Jubilee, in which all Hebrew slaves 
were free, Lev. 25: 10. 

"H m., some unknown kind of marble, 
Ezr. 1:6; LXX. ttivvivoq XiQog. 

V*m p- n. of a man. 

"PlTI m., brambles. 

DITH m., the country south of Judea 

w I "\ I. he sought, enquired for, into, 
£c, with 3, b, h$, H8 — II. en- 
quired about, concerning, with ?£?; 
used especially of asking super- 
natural counsel : with DJJ73 before 
the person asked; with 7>, ?Sl, 3 
before the being from whom the 
oracle is asked. — III. demanded, 
asked, required : with }D before the 
person from whom the demand is 
made; D^ Bh'H with \D or C^Q 
or l^D required the blood of one 
slain, i. e. avenge his death. — IV. 
promoted, sought to accomplish ; 
'G njTl '1 sought to do him evil. 
— V nil"P '1 sought the Lord, 
in acts of worship. — VI. cared 
for. Niph. was sought, enquired 
after. 

B>V"n m., seeking, Ezr. 10:16. 

CHIP m.,book, commentary, 2Chron. 
13:22. 

^£••1 became grassy, Joel2:22. Hiph. 
sent forth grass, Gen. 1:11, 12. 
K£'?. m., tender herb, first blades of 
grass. 

grew fat, Deu. 31 -.20.— Pi. 



|EH 



I 64 ) 



njn 



I. mude, considered fat. — 11. anoint- iSjH, N'Qn Hiph. imper., from Nil; 



ed. — III. from |£H removed ashes. 

Pu. wasmade fat, satisfied. Hothpa. 

pret. nj^'nn made fat (of a sword), 

Isa. 34 T : 6. 
}C'n in., fat, fruitful. 
|55H m. (with suflF. ^$^.—1. fatness 

of meat. — 11. fertility. — 111. ashes, 

specially those of burnt-offerings, 

&c. which were used for manure. 

rn f. (pi. D^rn, *JY$, edict, mandate, 
law. 
HI f. Ch., law, edict. 
"Qnn m. Ch., judges or lawyers, 
T Dan. 4: 12, 20. 

XJTl emph. rnjtfrn Ch. m., same as 

' Heb. KBH grass. 
Pn'^ p.n. of a place north of Samaria. 
\T\1 p.n. of one of the accomplices of 
Korah . 

n 

H (T\ 9 PI). — l.def.art.6, y, to the. — 
II. demon, pron. this; D'Vn this 
day. — 111. relat. pron. who, which; 
fctfD^pn who went, Jos. 10:24; 
Hvyri that which is above her. — 
IV. sign of the vocative; ^?PD 
King! ^3H Baal! 1 Ki. 18:26. 

l! (D ? D) P ref -» si § n of an interro- 
gation; *pl)N ^n« "iDl^n am / my 
brother's keeper, Gen. 4:9. 

XH ($n Ch.) behold ! 
H^H aha ! exclamation of joy or scorn. 
in^TKil for-ln^H Hiph.pret.pl., from 
'ft?. 

an with n parag. nap; pi. -inn Kai 

imper ., from SH*- 



Jl^nn Hoph. pret. f, from N13- 
E^lfl for^nin Hiph., from 'C\2- 

Dalian gifts; see an 11 

■13n lios. 4: 18, pret. pi. for •Un\ from 

an>. 

plan Niph. inf., from Pp3- 
UP! Ruth 3: 15, Kal imp. f., from 3HV 
or Hiph. imp. f. for X'On, from 

toa. 

/Qn (f ut - /aiT) ar* vainly, sinfully. 
Hiph. cause £o ac/ vainly, Jer. 23: 
If) 

'pan m. (with suff. van ; pi. Dvan, 

... .... v ...... r . T -. 

van). — 1. vanity, instability, de- 
ception. — 11. idols. — 111. abortions, 
Ecc. 6:4, and thence, men in ge- 
neral. — IV. adv., vainly, in vain. — 
V. p.n., Abel, the son of Adam. 
?an m., vanity. 

D^5/1 (D^aiH) ebony, Eze. 27:15. 

<m \'2r\ (Arab, that which cuts) ; "Han 
D?Dt^ they who cut, divide the hea 
vens, astrologers, Isa. 47 : 13 ; Vulg. 
augures coeli ; LXX. aarpoXoyoi 
tov ovpavov. 
-Oil Hiph. inf. from "1-1 3- 

JJn root not used; (Syr. imagined). 
3*0 H m., deep, ardent meditation. 

HJin (fut. narp; inf. nin) — i. mur- 

mui , coo, growl. — II. meditate. — 
111. declare one's meditations, with 
3 — IV. discern, separate. Po. inf. 
13 H utter, sjieak. Hiph. part. pi. 
D*3np mutterers, i. e. enchanters, 
Isa. 8:19. 
H!iri m. — murmur, whisper. — ll.thun 
" der. 



un 



JT131 f., meditation, Ps. 49:4. 

l^iUl | m., a musical stringed-instru- 

|VJn j /»e?if or //jc sound of one. 
niri 2 Sa. 20: 13, for nj'lH Hiph. from 

HIP /;e removed 
bn Kal inf. abs. from II. H3H. 

T 

toil Po. inf. from iliST 

j^jH m., n^il f., straight, commodi- 
ous, Eze. 42: 12. 
rtan (Syr. for HH^ni lloph. pret. f., 

T : t v ' i t::t' * *^ 

from HPJ- 
131 p.n. of the mother of Ishmael. 

T T r 

D^in, D^KH^n p. n. of a people cast- 
ward of Gilead. 
in shout; see 111- 

j jZl -In m. pi. Ch., title of certain of- 
ficers in the court of Babylon ; 
"counsellors," Eng. Ver. 

I nn root not used; (Arab, shouting). 
11 '•n shouting (of bodies of men), 
in m., shouting, Eze. 7:7. 
nil p. n. of a king of Edom. 
Ityiin p.n. of a king of Syria, 
jlftllin p. n. of a town not far 
from Megiddo. 

n"in guided (his hand), Isa. 11:8. 

^IPl (for -1131 Hindu), p. n. Hin- 
dustan, India. 

D1111 p. n. of an Arab tribe, de- 
scended from Joktan, Gen. 10:27. 

*in, "Hin p. n. of a man. 

*H*in break down, overturn, Job40: 12. 

□"](! root not used; (Arab, destruc- 
tion). 
Din m., footstool. 

D In m. Ch., piece, fragment. 

D*in m., myrtle; pi. D*Bin. 



( 65 ) W 

ilDlil p.n. the former name of Esther. 
H ]m (tut. SfinV thrust out, drive 



bach. 

i jm (fut. 11 !TJ, honoured, dignified 
(in dress), Isa. G3: 1 ; with /Q s }£ 
take the part of any one. Niph 
was honoured, Lam. 5:12. Hith 
was glorious, Pro. 25:5. 

II n Ch. Pa. honoured. 

II I m., glorious, honourable, dignified. 
Tin m., honour, Dan. 11:20. 
niin f. (const, TVF\yX) t honourablt' in 

apparel), 
n^in Hothp. pret. f., from JE^I. 

Mil ah! exclamation of grief. 

in same as *ii1 alas! 

Mm pers. pron. m.— I. he, it. — il 

this, the same. 
Kin Ch., was; same as 11 n. 

t -; t — " 

Kin for nin imp., from nin. 

li-in Hoph! pret., from 13K. 
112*11 Ch. Aph. inf., from 12K. 
^Il'll Hiph., from PIS and &?3\ 
11 1 glory; see with its comp. in 

113. 
niin Hiph. pret. -11*11 ; imp. pi. 

nilin ; inf. from IT. 

nin. — 1. fell, descended. — II. existed, 
was; part. Ill; imper. nin, K11, 

f. *irjj fut. K-in; (for -in^, mrVj. 
nin, Kin ch., was. 

t~: t~j 

1-11 f. — 1. intense desire, lust. — II. ac- 

T - 

cident, injury, ruin. 

nin f., accident, injury. 

n^n f., same as 1-1 n calamity. 

nin] Jehovah, the name whereby God 
would be known to the Hebrews, 
Ex. 3:14. Written with prefixps 



mn ( 66 ) 

(like tfig), njn$, mn^, nwp-, 

with 'OIK it is written fftn* 
(like D\t9k). 

iT an abbreviated form of iTIiT- 
t t : 

WPP p. n. — I. Jehu, king of Israel. — 
II. of a man. 



pn 



.nKin\ TnSV p. n.— I. a king of Is- 

T T / T T r " 

rael, the son of Jehu. — II. a king 
of Judah, the son of Josiah. 

V#Sn\, BfcV p. n.— I. a king of Ju- 
dah, the son of Ahaziah. — II. a 
king of Israel, the son of Joash. 

'"nT'in' 1 p. n. of a man. 

t t : * 

pniiT, pni* 1 (the Lord is merciful), 

'lii)dvvi)Q t p.n. of a man. 
jn**irV, JHji* p. n. of a man. 
pajlnj, \^\ ^HJ33? P- n. of a king 

of Judah, the son of Jehoiakim. 
D^ln;, D*j$\ Q*j?V (Me Lord «m- 

firmeth), p. n. of a king of Judah, 

the son of Josiah. 
2n^n\ nn^V p.n. of a man. 
3*ttin\ 313V Me Lorrf'5 g-ifl), p. n. 

TT : TT ° " J 

of a man. 
HJjinj, |n3*V (Me Lord gwefA, 06,o- 

Stopog), p. n. of a man. 
iTHj/in* (Me Lord adorneth), p. n. of 

a man. 
pj/liT p. n. of a woman. 
pTVin?, pTfV (the Lord is righteous), 

p. n. of a man. 
D~ni"l\ WlV (the Lord is exalted), 

p. n. — I. a king of Judah, the son 

of Jehosaphat. — II. a king of 

Israel, the son of Ahab. 
y3£>in? (the Lord hath sworn), p. n. 

of a son of king Joram. 
%W\T1\, VJ?W (the Lord saveth), p.n. 

of a man, Joshua. 
OS&J>irV (the Lord judgeth),\). n. — I. 



of a king of Judah, the son of Asa. 

— II. of many men. 
n^l'' p.n. of a man. 
nXV p.n. of a man. 
?W\ > (the Lord he is God), p. a. of a 

man. 

""QTi^ p. n. of a man. 
"13TV p. n. of a man. 
T2DV P- n - of tne mother of Moses 
*°\]}V (the Lord is witness), p. n. of a 

man. 
"ItyV (the Lord helpeth), p. n. of a m 
CW p. n. of a man. 

T. l 

DflV p. n. — I. of a king of Judah, the 
son of Uzziah. — II. of a man. 
Onin p.n. of a king. 

In, 1)1 interj. of exhortation, threat- 
ening, grief, with ?S!, ?JJ and ?• 

:]-|m Ch., proceed, go; fut. IjfP ; inf. 



ns-in for nsn Hoph., from rm 

nif^in, niVq Hoph. inf., from 1^- 
•l^-l.l for -I^H Pu. pret. pi., from V?n. 

nfen, n-i9?in ; see W>n- 

L)1m pret. OH perturb, harass, Deu. 
7 : 23. Niph. was moved, excited ; 
fut. f. DhriV Hiph. /i^aye, swell, 
be tumultuous. 
H^D-inp f., perturbation, tumult, vex- 
ation. 
D^njyi com. (pi. n'lDinri), the deep, 
the ocean; from its tossing and 
roaring. 

rUpin, njDlfl part, f., from HDH. 

DDin p.n. of a man. 

pn Kal, root not used; (Arab, ?/;tf.j 
light). Hiph. made i?'^/</ o/, des- 
pised, with inf. and ?• 



P" 



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13PI 



jin m. — l. wealth, plenty. — II. adv. 

enough, Pro. 30: 15, 16. 
j*n m., a liquid measure containing 
twelve logs (j?). 
"lin, 1]}~T\ «thy progenitors," Eng. 

Ver., Gen. 49:26, from mil- 
D^nin^in Zee. 10:6. Hiph. pret. 1. 
pers., with suff.,for D^l^in.from 

y^^in {the Lord heareth), p. n. of a m. 
y^'lH p.n., name of Joshua, afterwards 

changed to JflB^rP.- 
iVJJ&'in {the Lord saveth), p.n. of a m. 

TV)!"! Po. fut. -inninFI attack unjustly, 

Ps. 62:4. 
5?n-in Pu. or Hoph., from ^"liT 

T\VT\ doze, sleep idly, Isa. 56: 10. 
rr\\T\ Ch. Aph. inf., from W 
jirttEHTn Ch. Ithp., from pi 
•1^-j n Hiph. pret. pi., from 7?T- 
•13-TH for -ISTrin Hithp. imper. pi., from 

a^nh-TH for DSn'n-Tn Niph. inf., 

v t • v : T • 

with suff., from mt- 
nnS3nriJos. 6:17. Hiph. pret. fem., 
with H parag., for HX^nn, from 

am 

^inn Jad. 9:9, 11, 13. for vfanp 

Kalpret. l.pers., with !"l interrog., 

from ?ir\- 
♦Ipnn Hiph. pret. for feWpnn, "pnn inf. 

" for ^tpnn, from KBIT 
?nn Hiph. pret., Eze. 20. Niph.inf , 

with suff. and pref. VpnrV?, Lev. 

21:4; see ^IT 
DH Hiph. imp. apoc, from HD3- 
KBBil Hothp., from KDD- 
IfitSH Hiph. pret. 3. pers. fem. with suff., 

from HD3. 
anbrj Hiph. inf. with suff., from HD3- 



*n lamentation; see n!"l3- 

K^H pers. pron. f., she, this; see N-1H; 
with art. K^nPl Me same, this very 
(woman, fyc); Ch. the same. 

nVl*n f. pi., Neh. 12:8; wrong reading 
for nilin dignities; see in *1H3- 

"H^H shouting; see T1H- 

H^n (inf. abs. nVl; const. n'Vil, n>H, 
with pref. nVriB; imper. H^n, f. 

*!D. p 1 - ^D.; fut - "ijij!, apoc. *np. 

— I. came to pass TV1, with 3 and 1 
and i£ came to pass that. — II. was, 
i.e. existed; never used as the lo- 
gical copula, is, was; const, with 
7 there was to any one, i.e. he had; 
with ? and the inf. was about to, 
intent upon; with 3 was the same 
as; with D^ was, had communica- 
tion with. Niph. came to be, took 

effect, had been, Dan. 2:1; 8 :27. 
H^H ruin; see Hin. 

|SPP! Ch., same as "^N how? 

byr\ m. (pi. D^n, nftyn).— i. 

cmr/ greaf and splendid building, 
temple, palace, &c. — II. Me temple 
of Jehovah built by Solomon. 
73 H n m. Ch. — I. palace. — II. temple. 

»3*b*n Hiph. imp. f., from "^H, "|^\ 

7?n glorious; see 7?»"l. 

D^H sw?e#; see D-lil. 

jD^H p. n. of a man. 

}P»fi Ch. Aph. pret., from |OK. 

TO'n for T»n Hiph., from "I-ID. 

pri Hg-fa; see j'in. 

'JVH Ch. Aph. pret.; rWH inf.; 
rvrvn Hoph. pret. f. 3. pers.; 

vyn pi., from nn&s. 

^]H Hiph. imp. apoc, from H33. 
D-13H Hiph. pret. pl.,witb suff ., from H3i 



13H 



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fcn 



nian Hiph. inf., from 1133. 

pten for tptann mthpo, from j-ia. 

7*311 Eze. 21:33. for T^Kil Hiph. 

inf., from 73K (others make it 

Hiph, from 7-li). 
W3!1 Hiph imp, with suff. for 'Oan, 

from J133. 
^]3n Hiph. pret. with suff, from H33. 
•Ub73i1 for -130^an Hiph. pret. pi. 1. 

pers, from 073. 
D3H Hiph. pret. with suff, from !133. 
•lUan for -l^an Hiph. pret. pi. 1. 

pers, from j-13. 
\J3I1 Hiph. pret. with suff, from H31 

IJm, fut. -Iianri ?/e contemn, Job 
T 19:3. 
ITian astonishment; see 133. 

7(1 , the n inter, and the pref . 7 writ- 
ten thus, for reverence sake, in 
the phrase « 7H Deu. 32:6. 

K7H. Niph. part. f. ilfrpro removed, 
cast away, Mic. 4: 7. 
fc$?n removed; JliOn pa, thence, 

v t t : |t r ' 

farther, onward; denotes time and 
place. ' 

n&6n for nn^n Hiph. pret. f, 

t : v t t -; : v r r 

from PIN?, 
i^n Kal inf. with suff, from 77 H. 
D v-1?n great praise; see 77H. 

t^6, rij^n, -ipn; see nj. 

T?H and ^|T (part.^in; pi. 0*?^; 

f. naVn, naVn ; inf.tfi?n; const. 
tpW/ naVV with suff. T sjj-i?^; 

imper. *?|7; with H parag. Hap, ^? ; 

^t. "sjfe, ^.!i; poet, pqiipgij, 

"=1?D.^)- — I- walked, went, pro- 
ceeded ; const, with many parti- 
cles which modify the sense, e. g. 
with nnX followed; with DN, DJJ 



accompanied; with 2 walked with, 
i.e. brought, Hos. 5:C. — II. made 
way, progress ; 7*131 *?pn "F|7*;l tn- 
creased continually. — III. proceed- 
ed, went on. — IV. went off, disap- 
peared, i.e. died, Gen. 15:2; Ps. 
39: 14. Niph. *JPi3^H3 / set about 
departing, Ps. 109:23. Pi. Tj^>n 
went, proceeded. Hiph. *"]vin and 
"JJv^n. — I. cause to go, lead, con- 
duct. — II. let perish, Ps. 125:5. 
Hith. ^?nnn become walking, pro- 
ceed, go on, go about. 

*"]7i1 m. — I. going, travel, 2 Sa.l2:4. 
— II. a stream, 1 Sa. 14:26. 

^jpn Ch, walked, proceeded. Aph. 
the same. 

""pH m. Ch, proceeds of the slate, 
taxation. 

^hn m. ; na^q U pi- nia^n.— 1 

step. — II. way. — III. procedure. 
TpHD m. — 1. walk. — II. journey. 
na-lT>nJIl f, procession, Neh. 12:31. 

Kiabn, x-ia^nn who went,)os.io-.24. 

: It : |t v 

Kal pret. pi. with K parag. and n 
relat, from "pfl. 

//n shone. Pi. /?*). — I. praised. 
— II. gloried. — III. pronounced 
vain-glorious, foolish, mad; const, 
with *? (np?^n [without dag. 
forte] praise ye the Lord). Pu. 
??n was praised; part. ^?H/p 
praised, to be praised. Hiph. 7/i 
shone. Hith. ieg-an to glory, boast. 
Po. fut. TviiV make a fool, shame. 
Poal part. Tvinf? mad. Hithpo. 
became mad. 
?7' , n m, Lucifer, i.e. the morning 
star, Isa. 14: 12. 

n*?*?in f. (pi. ni^ir-i), g-kry, folly. 



Sin 



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run 



H-Min f., folly, Ecc. 10:13. 

Dv-lpn m. pi. — I. great praise, sub- 
ject of praise, Lev. 19:24. — II. 
songs of, feasts of, joy, Ju. 9:27. 

?pn p.n. of a man. 

7?nO m., praising, Pro. 27:21. 

.$?? lift (the praise of God), p.n. of am. 

ripnri f. — I. praise. — II. hymn (f 
praise; pi. ni?nri praises; pi. m. 
DvnR the book of Psalms. 

n?nn f., folly, emptiness, Job 4:18 

D/(l struck, beat. 
D^n adv., hither; OPrrnjJ thus far. 
D/n (blow), p.n. of a man. 
ri-iupn f., workman's hammer, Jud. 

5:26. 
D?iT m., name of a gem, adamant. 

T))t2h\lip f. pi., beatings, stripes. 
Dn or Dn p.n. of an unknown place, 
Gen. T 14:5. 

UMj )I^U P ers - pron. m. pi., these, 
they; with the art. DPin, n^nn. 
p^n Ch., these, they. 
Xni^Sn p. n. of a man. 

t t : - r 

HDH (inf. const. niDH; fut. nOHl; 
T part. m. HDhj f. illbta).— I. 'fer- 
ment (as wine). — II. moved (as the 
bowels with mental emotions). — 
III. roar, rage, murmur, moan; 
part. f. pi. nVDin noisy, i.e. full 
of people, Pro. 1:21. 
OriorDn, pl.D^pn; with suff.and pref. 
Dnipn?3 their riches, Ezr. 7:11. 
iTpn f., sound of the lute, Isa. 14 : 1 1. 
fen m. (f. Job 31 :34). — I. emotion, 
lit. moving the bowels. — II. musical 
sounds. — III. multitude of men, fyc. 
\07\ m., abundance; with suff. 233Dn, 

T V ; T -; 

Eze. 5:7. 



n3lOn the mystical name of a city, 
Eze. 39:16; see preceding verse, 
ppn for pp^n Hiph., from \0>. 

iwpn i sa. 17:35, for vnnpn, 

VJ^npn, Hiph. pret. 1. pers. with 
suff., from ri-1E>- 
•13pn for -IDD-in Hoph.pl., from *p£- 

/*OT\ root not used ; (Arab, rain 

continually). 
n?ftn n?-1Dn f., commotion, rushing 

t •..-: t ~: 

of wings. 
-&n (fut. D'n\ DiT 1 !; inf. const, with 

- T \ T » T T- 

suff. D?^n). — I. put in motion, 
agitated. — II. dispersed, put to 
the rout. 

|Dn p.n. of a man. 

}bn multitude; see in \\DT\- 

TlpHor^^OD Ch., collar, bracelet, 

Dan. c. 5. 
Dpn Niph. inf., from DDD 
)V®? Ch. for -IDpn Hiph. pi., from 

'HOD- 

0i2n m,, pi. Q"*pDn slight noises, lsa. 
64:1. 

"lOil root not used; (Arab, poured 

water). 
ninbnp f. pi., torrents, floods, Ps. 
140: if. 
DHITpn Hiph. inf. with suff. and dag. 

euphon., from nn?0- 
nPlpn Hiph. 2. pers. with n parag., 
*flpn 1. pers., n^pn l . pers. with 
suff., DPipn 2.pers. pi., from n-10- 

JU j UdH pers. pron. f. pi., they, them ; 
with art. n3nn; adv., here, hither; 

T " T 

riini n3n /lifAer and thither, 

T •■ T T " 

nSni ^|pp from thee hitherwards , 

njjn ny thus far. 



wn ( 70 ) 

(•13H pers. pron. m. pi. Ch., he; f. |\$i1 
she. 

Ik),']?, ftffi> ^3^ inter J» hehold! 
/o/'withsuff.^pn, ^sn, »J|n 6e- 
/io/d me/ lo 1 am here! ?|$n be- 
hold thou art, 8fc. 
\T\ Ch., if, whether; \T\...}\) either... 
or. 

n3il Hiph. imp., from W- 

m|n Hiph. rpan Hoph., from m*- 

nriDH m£; see IT)3- 



nn 

same; fut. f. "^Snnri become!, 

changed, Job 38 : 14. 
^£>n, TJE^n m., perversion, Eze. 16:34. 
n2SQ f., subversion, Gen. 19:29. 
^50pn m., turning, tortuous, Pro. 

21:8. 
HlDSnp f., overthrow, subversion. 
nSBJlD f., imprisonment, stocks; 

npSn^n 1V3 prison-house. 
HD-iann f. (pi. nto-lSHPI), peruer- 

sion, perverseness. 



. , D3*l3n Hiph. inf. with suff., from T1D 
D3H p. n.: D3iVp *3 Me valley of the » :: - * 

• * T.^V"? Hith.denom., from Ts or i-ii 



sons o/ Hinnom (where Molech was 

worshipped). 
WH p. n. of a city in Mesopotamia. 
SittH Ch. Aph. pret.,n^Wn inf., from 

na:n Ch. for Cpn Hiph. inf., from 

t t -: ' T 

nDH. Pi. imp. DPI ; with pause DPI 
hush! be silent! pi. -IDH- Hiph. 
(fut. apoc. DrM), WGtrfe t0 be silent, 
Nu. 13:30. 

rppn for n^pn Hiph., from n-io- 

hyj} Hiph. imper. apoc, from 7Y7V- 

r&yn for r6yn Hiph., from rbv- 

il^ji for n^yn' Hoph., from H^V- 

niiOH remission; see 3-13- 

^nsn part, with suff. and art., from 

ma- 



(fut. ^r\l ; inf. ^1&n ; const. 
■qbH; with suff. ^QH). — I. turn 
over. — II. subvert, ruin. — III. 
change, pervert, convert. . Niph. 
T]SrD was turned, fyc; with ?, 7jJ 
to or into, was ruined. Hoph. 
■7|Snn turned upon, against, Job 
30:15. Hith.part.'qSinnp becomes 
turned about; f. nSSPinp the 



n>"iJn deliverance; see ?¥J. 

T.T ~ 

|^n m., an armament, force, Eze 
23:24. 

Tl m. (with art. "inri; pi. D^lfi; 

' with art. nnnn), Iff. nin, nnri; 

»tv' • t-j • : 

pl. ITTiri; also const. rp"nn, 

r t v t ~ ' t v t -•* 

"•in, ''"in. — I. mountain. — II. moun- 

-t' tt 

tainous district. — III. fastness, 
stronghold. — IV. strong men, Isa. 
41:15; with H— affix (fTTH), to- 
wards the mountain. 
^nn a mountaineer, 2 Sa. 23:33. 

• t~: 

^Tin the same, ». 1 1, a title of Sham- 

• T T 

mah. 

lb p.n. — 1. of the mountain in Edom 
where Aaron was buried. — II. of a 
mountain in Palestine. 

Din IP! p. n. of a mountain in the 
tribe of Dan, Jud. 1:35. 

ton p. n. of a region in Syria. 

750H p. n. of the altar of burnt- 
offering, Eze. 43:15; elsewhere 
^60")K which see in n"IK- 
3nn Hiph. imp. apoc, from i"Q*V 

jlSH (fut. rilT; inf. tilT}; const. jhn\ 
with ?, 3 &i#, stay, generally with 



nn 



( 71 ) 



"P J 



m., conception. 



violence. Niph. was s/ain. Pu. 
Jp'n s/am. 

JiL-, c \ slaughter, slaying. 
ruin i., J 

PTin r inf. abs. PHil, '"PH j fut. f. 

T T T T 

•"PHFI, "Il^D- — I. conceived, be- 
came pregnant, with HN, p ; part, 
f. PIT)!"!; inf. 'Tin she that con- 
ceiveth. — II. conceits in the wind, 
devise. Pu. TITXH conceived, Job 
3:3. 
n"in adj. f., pregnant; pi. Jinn- 
njnn adj. f., pi. with suff. VnVin her 
pregnant women. 

"liTin m. Ch., imaginations, Dan. 4:2, 

from Pa. Ch. "lrnri- 
D"Vn p.n. of a king of Canaan. 
D"in p. n. of a man. 
tenn Niph. imp. pi., from D»1- 
PETin m. (same as flD")X) palace, Am. 

4:3. 
pH p.n. of a man. 
^"l_h Hiph. pret. with suff., from JIT. 

D"lH (inf. Dhn ; fut. dHjtj, onrp 

6ro&e rfo^n. — 1. houses, 8cc. — 2. 
wen, i. e. put down, reduced. — 3. 
teeth, Ps. 58 : 7. Niph. was broken 
down. Pi. destroyed; as Kal. 

D*in m., D"inn 1^ p. n. of an un- 
known city in Egypt, lsa. 19: 18; 
« city of destruction," Eng. Ver. ; 
some read Din which see. 

nDpn f., broken down, Am. 9:11. 

rttDp'n f., ruin, lsa. 49: 19. 
CpH Hiph. imp. apoc, from HD"1. 
nVin Ch. for nnyin Hiph. pret. f. 
3. pers., from n¥"l- 

Tin, Tin, mn ; see -in. 

TT ' VV • T* ; 



n^H with pause for 3B>n, 3^H IJiph 

imp. from 3-1£?. 
nE>£>n (in some editions n©^n) Hoph. 

inf. with suff., from DOfc?. 
Dt^H p. n. of a man. 
n-iyb^H hearing; see JW- 
V^HPs. 39: 14, Hiph. imp., from nyt^; 
"lsa. 6: 10, Hiph. imp., from JJJJB>. 

mnn^n Hithp., from nnt?. 

J?^ri'^n Hithpa, from M&- 
•I^Knn Hithp., from B*K- 
■qninn'n Ch. Aph. inf. with suff., from 

3$n. 

"liinn Hithp. imp. apoc, from mi* 

nVinn mthp., from m*. 

?nnh Hithp. imp. apoc, from Twtl- 
•Vnh for VriKH which is for -VH^H 

t •• t v: v t -; - 

Hiph. imp. pi., from riDX- 
*fO*nn for ?|Snn Hiph. inf. with suff., 

from DDji- 
T]-1Fin melting; see "[D3- 
^jiin p. n. of a Persian eunuch. 

7jl'n. Pi. Snri, ^riH; (inf. ^H; 

fut. hftn); pi. 6nn*, ^pnn) dV 

luded, deceived. Hoph. PJTtt'n de- 
ceived. 

Dvnn m. pi., mockeries, Job 17:2. 

J""n?bD£ f - pl-» delusions, lsa. 30: 10. 

bnn Pi.;' see ^nn. 

ni23nn Hithp. inf., from N33. 
n^^nn Hithp. pret., from K3J- 

1 

],•!,) conj., used to connect together 
words, phrases, sentences, &c; it 
may be interpreted in modern lan- 
guages by any of the particles 
which are applied to the same use : 
such as and, but, if, moreover, &c. 
according to the context. 



p 



( 72 ) 



An 



PI p.n. of a place in Arabia. 
2ij1 Num. 21:14, probably p. n. of a 
place or well. 

H m., pi. D S VI /wofcj or pins at the 
top of the pillars of the tabernacle. 
"IT1 loaded; see *)TV 

TT 

^nt* 1 ! P- n. of a son of Hainan 
T7l'" , 17V, see *6\ 

TT VV 

rTOI p.n. of a man. 

t: _ 

N DS1 p.n. of a man. 

• :.t 

^B>1 p.n. of a man 

*pibh p.n. of the wife of Ahasuerus. 

T 

H5$? m.~ I. a wolf. — II. p. n. of one 
of the princes of Midian. 

nXT demonst. pron. f. of i"1J this, 
that. 
n't for nK? this. 
IT for n't relat. pron. this, Ps. 132: 12. 

MT root aot useQ J (Arab./?/). 
M3J m.„/fy or tee; 3-11J Sy_? C%- 
god), p. n. Baalzebub, the idol of 
the Ekronites. 

Ijl hath given, endowed, Gen. 30: 20. 
"IIT a gift, Gen. 30:20. 
lit p.n. of a man. 

T t * 

HIT p.n. of a man. 

^WnT {gift of God), p.n. of a man, 

nHlj {given of the Lord), p. n. of a 

man, ZtfisSaZog- 
•inHST p.n. of a man. 

t : - : x 

YQT p.n. of a man. 
T12T p. n. of a man. 
ifl-'DT, iTTOT p. n. of a woman 
2^2] fly; see nnT- 

tonj.fc&pVaj; seebr 



H51 (inf. const. U2\ ; fut. H2V), 
slaughtered for sacrifice. Pi. PIS? 
sacrificed. 
nnT m. (with suff. »n3J ; pi. DTOT 
[JlinnT], W|).— I. slaughter o/ 
men or animals. — II. the thing 
slaughtered. — III. sacrifice. — IV. 
that which is offered in sacrifice. — 
V. p. n. of a king of Midian. 
PI3TP m. (const. nSTp; with suff. 

»rbflD, *!nat9; pi.rfiraTE>),atta/ ; 

nnSJDri toward the altar, 
^ST p.n. of a man. 

^1T, fut. with suff. '&2V he will 
dwell with me, Gen. 30:20. 
>12T, ?nT m. — I. habitation, place of 

residence. — II. p. n. of a man 
|-T>inT, |^QT, fh^f {residence), p. n. 
of a son of Jacob ; "Op-IIT a 
Zebulonite. 



Ch., gaining (time), Dan. 2:8. 
wW3T p. n. of a man 

t ■ : * 

"lT m., the transparent skin of the grape, 

Nu. 6:4. 
% pT ; see 1)1 

HT demonst. pron., he, it, this, that; 
with art. njn this: nT...i"lT the 
one. ..the other; !"l]Hi?5$ HT the one 
to the other; HT31 HT3 thus and 

:• t : ... t 

thus; sometimes same as "1KW 
that; D^py.S i"!T these two times; 
HT2 in this place, here, there; H-Tp 
hence; H-Tp-'J H-TD from this and 
that part; fTTTlJO what is this 1 
HP** where?' n-]' fifth why? 

V V T T * , 

•IT com., M«; somcrimc> for "IEW- 

nj|>n m ., "i 
■ljj?n f., I tow. 

??n com., J 



3PIT 



DHT m. (const, nnj, any.— i. g-oW; 

with a numeral preceding, supply 
SpEJ : ant mbty /en s/ie/j6'/5 0/ 

"vv t t tt -: 

o-oW. — II. perhaps fair weather, 
Job 37: 22. 

nnt root not used; (Syr. splendour). 
IT m. {beauty of flowers), the second 
month of the Hebrew year, which 
probably began on the thirty-first 
day after the sun had entered 
Aries. 
V] m. Ch., majesty, splendour. 

DHT. Pi. DPI? abhorred, Job 33:20. 
DilT p. n. of a man. 

inj. Hiph. T*fliri I. enlighten, give 

light. — II. admonish, warn, with 

|P of the thing to be avoided. 

Niph. "inT? ivas admonished. 

IT}] Ch., part, pi"'?! admonished, 

cautioned. 
~in°T m., brilliancy. 

IT, H*T this; see J"lNT- 

•IT the same; see PIT- 

1T; see riHT- 

2-! I. — I. issue, ,/tott', as water, blood, 

&c. — II. abound, overflow. — III. 

waste away, expire; part. 2); f. 

J1HT ; const. n2T. 

2)] m., issue, discharge of blood, &c 

"Ml, Tt.— I. 6oi/, see^e.Gen. 25 :29. 
— II. swell, behave or act inso- 
lently, with ^tf or b)l (fut. with 
3parag. |-n\T?),'Deu. 17: 13. 

"NT Ch. Aph., was proud, haughty, 
Dan. 5:20 

"IT m., proud, haughty. 

p*l\? m., overflowing, overwhelming, 
Ps. 124:5. 



( 73 ) in? 

}HT const. JITT m., pride, haughti- 
ness, insolence. 

Tn m. (part. Niph. for Tin), any 
viand prepared by boiling. 

nil root not used; (Arab, angle, 
corner). 
n^T or JVIT f. (pi. nVlT), angle, corner 

of a building, &c. 
IT ft m. (pi. D^TE), vault for corn, 
matadorr, Ps. 144: 13. 

Hi j I T root not used; (Arab, abund- 
ance, riches). 
PT m. — I. abundance, Isa. 66:11. — 
II. H_b H wealth (i.e. cattle) of 
the fields, Ps. 50:11; 80:14. 
XPT p.n. of a man. 
nr? p.n. of a man. 
HT-ITP f., doorpost, jamb. 
D"M? p. n. of a race of giants. 
nniT p. n. of a man. 

/li,part. DvT removing, pouring forth, 
casting out, Isa. 46:6. 
n?-1T const. J1?-1T f. (lit. removal, re- 
jection), prep, besides; with suff. 
l, ri>1T besides me; "^JlT'-'lT besides 
thee, 8fc; with * parag. TIP-IT be- 
tides. 



pT. Hoph. part. DWD fed, fattened, 
Jer. 5:8. 
jlT Ch. Hithp. nourished, fed, Dan. 

4:9. 
J1TE m., /ood, meat. 
T/lTtt m. Ch., mea*. 
mi?; see PU?. 
nM?,for H3T, Pu.; see H3?. 

T T \ ' 

J7il moved, was agitated. Pil. part 
PTjm? vexing-, Hab. 2:7- 
JH? Ch.i part. pi. P^T Dan. 5:19 
6 



yiT 



( 74 ) 



fcr 



(|>yn) id. 6:27. moOTJig, in com- 
motion. 
nyiT f., agitation, commotion. 
n^f f., vexation. 

nyf f., «eea< (as the result of mo- 
tion), Gen. 3:19. 
|iy.T p.n. of a man 
jH p. n. of a man 

\V (pret. IT. IT; fut. "i-T, inj.-l- 
compressed, squeezed. — II. (same as 
"1-1D departed) departed, receded, 
was strange, abominable, adulte- 
rous; part. IT a stranger, a bar- 
barian, an enemy; f. n"]T strange 
woman, harlot. Niph. n>3 &een 
receding, falling off, \s*.\ -A. Hoph. 
part. "IT-ID made separate, Ps.69: 9. 
rTViT m., pressed together, broken, Is. 

59:5. 
"YlTD m., compression of a wound by 
bandages; 'D -ID^" ttqf wiafte a 
binding (wound), Obad. 7. 
nni. Niph. &e removed, separated; 

' fut. n-T\ 

TTIT withdrew, hesitated, delayed, Job 
" 32:6; part. pi. "1SJJ *bril fearful 

things (serpents of the dust). 
TT, fn\T. pride; see TIT- 
VT splendour; see PiriT. 

n, KPT, nri; seem. 

fm p.n.— I. of a town and desert in 

the tribe of Judah; W] a Ziphite. 

— II. p. n. of a man. 

TYlpV ornaments, &c; see r 3JT. 

I"VT const. n\T m.— 1. olive tree.— -II. 

"oftwe; DW-Tn "in A/ounf 0/ O/ires, 

near Jerusalem. 
)n\T p. n. of a man. 
POT same as "qDT was pure. Pi. H3T 

T T " * 



cleanse, purify. Hitnp. imp *3fP 
(for -IDTrin) 6e, become, clean, lsa 
1:16: 
•IDT f. Ch., purity, innocence, Dan. 6-. 
23. 
*T|DJ was pure, dean. Hiph. "*|jn /ia»>* 
cleansed, Job 9:30. 
••ft, "-JT m., H3T f. — 1. pure, free from 

dregs. — II . innocent, upright . 
H'O-'DT f-, glass or crystal, Job ^6 : 17- 
^3J p. n. of a man. 
H?T (fut.lbP.).— 1. remember — ll.me- 
' dilate upon, call to mind, with ?, ? ; 
part. "T1DT remembered. Niph. 
13|3. — 1. be remembered, recollec- 
ted. — II. be 6or?i a male, from "DT, 
Ex. 34:19. —Hiph. "V3jn record, 
commemorate, make mention of; 
part. np^> T3TP bringing" a me- 
morta/ or praise-offering offrankin- 
cense, Isa. 6G:3 ; ~P3|D *-. recorder, 

IGTOpiOypCKpOQ- 

"DT, *OT m. (with suff. VpT).— 1-we- 

mort/. — II. memorial. 
"I2T m., wa/e. 

T T 

"VDT m., waie. 

"VIST p.n. of a man. 

fn|T m. (const. |h?T ; pi. D^?!, 

ni— ) memorial, record. 
•HST p.n. of a man. 
1TH3T, -inHDT (whom the Lord re- 
members), Zaxap tag, p. n. of a m. 
iTOTN f., an offering for a memorial, 
Tev. 2:2, &c. 
J?) root not used. 
sVfD m., a /o?7j toi*/i *nree *ee</». 
rii?tD f-i pi- ritt?JP the same. 

7?J, part.S^T acting tawty, prq/K 
" T giiteIy,o6acenciy.Hiph.?^i1 debase 



li?t ( 75 ) 

Niph. Sfa ; pi. -iVt3, &B I with 



defile 

were debased. 
n-1?T f., baseness, lightness, Ps. 12:9. 
□vT?T m. pi., tender branches, Isa. 

18': 5. 

n^y /T nSy^If. — 1. poisonous wind, 
Simoon. — II. great excitement. — 
111. hunger, famine. 
nQpT p.n. of the hand-maid of Leah. 
nDT/nDT, Wnplpti see DDT- 
iTTtof, TOT, ^DJ; see IDT- 
^niDT,*Ps. 17:3, for ^n'lDT; see HDT 
or DDT- 

DDT (pret. '•ripDT, ^n'DT; fut.pl. VDJJ, 
intended, determined; part. DDT 
determines, plots against. Ps. 37 : 12. 

DDT m., determination, project, Ps. 
T 140:9. 

HDT f. — I. intentio7i, imagination. — 
II. sin, specially adultery. — III. p.n. 
of a man. 

HDT f., pi. with suff. '•rttDT my medi- 
tation (Gesenius), Ps. 17:3. 

D^DTDT p. n. of a race of giants, 
same as D^T-IT, which see. 

HDTD f., thought, intention, purpose 
(for good or evil). 

JO] Kal, root not used ; (Arab, appointed 
T time). Pu. part. D^DTD O'ijiy, 
ni':DTD D^V stated \iines. 
|DT Ch. Pa. appointed, concerted, or 
Hith. IP'HTn according to Ketib, 
Dan. 2:9. ' 
}DT m., appointed time; pi. D^DT- 
]DT, IDT m. Ch. (pi. p:»J), appointed 
time ; T\T\7T\ P3DT thrice, three 

t t : ' • : • 

times. 

uJ\ (fut. IDT 1 !), ^t' prune. Niph. 
was cut. Pi. "IDT he sang, 



noT 

celebrated the praise* 



of, with ?• 
"IDT m., mountain goat, Deu. 14:5. 
"PDT m., pruning time, Cant. 2:12. 
"VDT m., song, hymn; pi. DIT'DT- 
PTTIDT f., branch, bough; pi. DnfoT- 

rrhf, rnpT, const. rnpT f., song, 

praise, music; jHKn JT1PT the 
cropping, gathering of the earth, 
Gen. 43:11. 

"•IDT p. n. of a man. 

pDT p. n. of a son of Abraham. 

")DT m. Ch., sound (of musical in- 
struments). 

"IDT m. Ch., singer, Ezr. 7 :24. 

"DDTD m., psalm or hymn. 

nipTD f., pi. n'npTD psalteries. 

rnDTD f., pi. niipfp pruning in- 
struments. 

|T, with pause |T m. (pi. D'OT), kind, 
species. 
jT m. Ch., the same. 

3} J m. (pi. nb3T; const. HUDT), tail 
of an animal. 
23T, Pi., cut off, smite the rear of an 
army, lit. tail it. 

HjT I. play the whore. — II. become, 
be idolatrous, with ?N, 3, 1- )nX, 

IP, 'nnxp, nnpip, rinri, Sj?p ; 

part. f. ny*lT hadot. Pu. HMT cowt- 
mitted fornication. Hiph. HDTH 
caused to commit whoredom. 

j-WT m., pi. D*3-13T. — I. whoredom — 
II. idolatry. 

n-13J f., idolatry; pi. D^HW. 

n-IJTn f., the same; pi. D*n«jn. 

MJ? I. stan/2, Hos. 8:5. — II. rejected., 
loathed. Hiph. H^TH. — I. Jtan* 
Isa. 19:6. — II. rejected 



13T 
rtOT p. n. of two towns in the tribe 

- T * 

of Judah. 
DJT. Pi. fut. ppV strikes, restrains, 
T Deu. 33:22. 
pT f., pi. D^JPT Pro. 26:18, « fire- 
brands," Eng. Ver.; arrows tipped 
with fire; see ppT. 
n|5n f., pi. Hip*? Isa. 50:11," sparks," 
T Eng. Ver. ; sparkling ornaments, 
(Lee); meaning uncertain. 
nj?T, mj?T, ffitt; see y-iT. 
TJKt I»«te; seelVT. 
^J?J. Niph. '13j;T3 « are extinct," Eng. 

Ver.; are wotf* (Lee). 
05?J OmP- nDgJj fut. D'yjK), was in- 
1 dignant, angry, with ?$?, HX. 
Niph. part. D"»PJ|T3 became indig- 
nant, angry, Pro. 25:23. 
DgT m. (with suff. npyT, ^Pgl), »«- 
dignation, anger. 
C]yT 1. was indignant, enraged, with 
^, Qjj — II. part. pi. D^Qyj mm- 
fo% excited, wretched, vKvOpioTroi. 
*\V] m., indignant. 

B|jjt m. (with suff. iQVT).— I- anger. 
"_II. metaphorically, Me raging o/ 
f/ie sea. 
P52T (fut. PW; imp. P8J; inf. pyp, 
\ry out, shout for help, with ?K. ? 
of the person implored; with ?, ?y 
of the cause of suffering. Niph. 
was crying out. Hiph. p^JH sum- 
moned, proclaimed. 
p))\ Ch., called to, Dan. 6:21. 



W- m ->\acry, 



s/iom* /or /ie/p. 



"l$H root not used; (Syr. was K«te) 
-pjtt m., a Kttfc 



( 76 ) nlT 

rffljft f. Ch., the same, Dan. 7:8. 
nyrp'm., a little (of time or number; 
|i"lB! p.n. of a town in the north o: 
' Palestine, Nu. 34:9. 

n§] i., pitch. 

Pli &P) ; see p3T and ppT. 

JpT com.— I. e/ie beard.— II. Me <*«n. 
jpt was oW; fut. }J2|?. Hiph. grew 

T oM. 
pT m. (const, |pT; pi. D^gt, *3PT). 
" T <dd, aged, with ,D; pi. /»<?«<** °J 
tribes or families; f. pi. rV)3p] oW 
women, Zee. 8:4. 
}PT m., age, oW age, Gen. 48:10 
rOpT f., o/d. 
D^'pT m. pi., the same. 

*\ pi erected, lifted up. 
?\P] Ch. part. Ppj?J ^ <*p, hang a 
(Ti»ii?ia/. 
ppT pour out, melt, fuse. Pi. ppT fuse 
' as mefate, Mai. 3:3. Pu. fused, 
purified. 
pi m., pi. D^pT bonds, /etters; see 

also in p3T- 
Ptff m., pi. &$)$ fetters, Jer.40:l,4. 

IT, fnT; see 1-1T. 
IT; see TlT. 

fcOT part, from "lit s^ra^jge, aftomtnafete, 
TT Num. 1 1 : 20. 

1HT. Pu. fut. »"|l? **«y a j, « fc0Mn,i » 

oppressed, Job. 6:17. 
'pnsnT p.n.; see HIT. 
nil p. n. of a valley in the land of 

Moab. 
TV\ spread, disperse. Niph. was dis- 
persed. Pi. HX— I. disperse.— II. 

discern, s#X. Vu. HIT tra* d»*- 

persed, spread out. 



31T ( 7 

?32HT p. n. of the leader of the Jews 

on their return from Babylon. 
TY)X f., a span, a measure of 10-944 

inches. 
["Pip m., winnowing fan. 
DpTp m., Job 37 : 9, probably the name 

of some northern constellation, 
nr.})? Job 38 :32, probably the same; 
but see more under ^13. 
jfilT, gnj seed; see JTIT. 
^TP.t shower; see *pT. 
Wl •/*"»; see TIT. 
PHI (fut. rrrP; inf. n'lT).— I. me <w 
f/ie sun. — II. give light, glory. 
— III. fee white; hence, have leprosy. 
rnt m. — I. rising. — II. p. n. of one 
of the sons of Judah, and others; 
*|T1J a Zarchite. 
HTIIT, fl^mP p. n. of a man. 

t : ": t : -; • r 

fVlTK m., indigenous, home born, a tree 
not transplanted, Ps. 37:35. 

»rnt£ (n"lT)) p.n., an Ezrachite. 

mtp m., the east, the quarter of 
heaven whence the sun rises ; 
nrnflD (and without n affix) to- 
wards the east. 

D"1_T overwhelm, Ps. 90:5. Po. D"lT 
made to pour down, Ps. 77:18. 
D"]T m., inundation, of rain or other- 
wise. 
!"!0~l_T f., effusion, emission, Eze. 23:20. 
CTf Pi. pret. with suff.; see HIT- 

IHJ (fut. JHI* ; inf. 3TIT ; imp. JHJ). 
I. sowing (as seed, &c). — II. plant- 
ing. — III. metaphorically of right- 
eousness, wickedness, &c. Niph. 
was sown, was propagated, was 
dispersed, Eze. 36:9. Pu. -I^IT 
shall they be sown, Isa 40:24. 



7 ) 



Kin 



Hiph. part. JJpT?? producing seed ; 
fat. Jnt& Lev.' 12:2. 

jnj m. (with suff. *JHt TO! ! P 1 - 
Q^-IT , *5TjD • — 1 • «*#*• — U. *?«* 
firae. — III. semen (of animals). — 
IV. issue, progeny. 

])~)) m. Ch., the same. 

])ji\ f., sometimes m. (pl.D^ht, ^jnT, 
hiy")T). — I. arm. — II. fore-leg of 
an animal. — 111. strength, power, 
violence. 

JJ-ni m., seed com; pi. D^-pI. 

D^JHT and D^iHT m. pi., legumes, ve- 
getables. 

yniK f., same as $1] arm. 

?Kj)ir. p. n. — I. of a town in the 
tribe of issachar ; m. vKJHT*; f 
n^XJTJt!. ^?VHV. « Jezreelite. 
— II. of a town in the tribe of Ju - 
dah. — III. of a man. 

jntp const. PITD m., soivn field, Isa. 
T 'l9:7. 

1*1*11 root not used. 
FppT m., copiously raining, Ps. 72:6. 

p J] (fut. PIP) scatter, sprinkle; with 

T>J£ o/ grey /mi/5, Hos. 7:9. Pu. 

pi? was sprinkled, Nu. 19: 13, 20. 

p"lTP m., 6otW or cup; pi. ED^TlTp, 

'riipntp. 

IT m., border, moulding. 

"OPT m., jinn, compact, Pro. 30:3/ 
£HT p.n. of the wife of Haitian. 
JTTJ span; see mf- 
K-1DT p. n. of a man. 
□riT p. n. of a man. 
"1J1T p. n. of a eunuch of Ahasuerus. 

n 

^2n Kal, root not used. Niph. 
X|irn became, was, hidden; with 



K3H ( 78 ) 

3, S>N followed by inf. with 7 
tXaOe, in secret; Plllp ntfarn 
thou fleddest secretly. Pu. Xan 
same as Niph., Job 24:4. Hiph. 
t^Zinn hide, conceal. Hoph. 
X3nn same as Niph., Isa. 42:22. 

t : t 

Hithp. ^^nnn was, lay, hidden. 
tOn?0 m., hiding-place, Isa. 32 : 2. 
fr*S'innp m., pi. D^hnD the same, 
ISa. 23:23. 
H?n part, aah loving, cherishing, 
Deu. 33:3. 
nh m., with suff. ^n my bosom, Job 

31:33. 
22H p. n. of the father-in-law of 
Moses. 
rOHl same as &OP. hide, be in conceal- 

T T T T 

menf; imp. f. 'in. Niph. inf. 
Hinri lay hidden. 
iT'in p.n. of a man. 

t t -; x 

I^Zin covering, vail, Hab. 3:4. 
ni'lPI p.n. of a place near Damascus, 

T Gen. 14:15. 
*3Xy% p. n. of a man. 

-I'lin, nn-inri; see -an. 

T T - 

l05J1 (fut. Ban*) fcmf of, threshed out. 
Niph. is beaten out, Isa. 28:27. 

[. 75^ !• bind > P art - Q Y?' n binders, 
bands, Zee. 1 1 : 7 .—2 . fcind by pledge, 
pledge; inf. >1I1; imp. San; fut. 

San*, San\ T Pi. San &rot*g-M 

/ort/i itnM pain. 
II. 7?H inflicting pain, oppressing. 

Niph. swjfer pain, Joss, Pro. 13: 13. 

Pi. injure, corrupt. Pu. ?an in- 

jured, destroyed. 
Sin Ch. Pa. iri/wre, destroy. Ithp. 

pms/i. 
Van m. — I. Me throes of child-bearing, 



nan 

w£('e. — II. paws generally, Job 21 ; 
17 ; pi. D73D. ^?D- 
San m. (f. Zep.V:6, with suff. 73P1; 

v pi. cran, \San, v?an)— i. rope, 

cord. — ii. measuring line. — III. 
tract of land, region, inheritance. 
— IV. snare, gin. — V. company, 
band of men, I Sa. 10:5, 10. 

nSanf' i pledee * deposit 
San m. ch., 1 . . . - 

t - -: s. injury, hurt 

?an m. ch., j 

K>ian f. Ch., corrupt thing, Dan 6: 
23.' 
San m., mast of a ship, Pro. 23:34. 
Sah m., saiZor. 

niS-iann, n'lSann f.pi.— \. guidance, 

direction. — II. rule of action. — III. 
wisdom. 

H/^3n f., bulbous-rooted flower, 

lily. 
n^-^an p. n. of a man. 

t : • — : 

p?Hl embrace, fold together, with ?• 
Pi. pan embraced. 
pan m., folding of the hands. 
p-lpan p. n. of a prophet ; LXX. 
'Aju/3aicoi»/i. 
"OH I. Joined, attached, assembled, 
with ?$. — II. charm, bind with a 
spell. Pi. nan bind, join, with DJJ- 
Pu. ian was joined, with ?, ?K, 
Ps. 94:20. Hiph. fut. PlTO^ 
/ might compose, put together, with 
Sj>, Job. 16: 4. Hithp. be joined. 
~ian m., companion ; pi. DHIin, 

nan- 

nnah f., associate. 
ian m. Ch., companion. 
man f. Ch., the same. 



inn 

!3n m., pi., C12n associates, Job 

T 40:30. 
"DPI m. — I. association. — II. incant- 
" ation, Isa. 47 : 9, 12 ; pi. D*"OD-— 

III. p. n. of a man; "Hill Heberite, 

Nu. 26:45. 
n"l3n f., association. 
HTPri f., coupling, Ex. 26:4, L0. 
"linn p. n. of a river in Mesopotamia, 

CTia&oms. 
11-1311, 11-1311 f., closing, seam, scar 

of a wound; with suff. ""niSIl; 

pi. n'r&n, with suff. ^nii-isn- 

p!3n p. n. — I. of a town in the tribe 
of Judah.— II. of a man; tfpn 
a Hebronite. 

n'll313ll f. pi., spots of the leopard, 
Jer! 13:23. 

ni3llp f-, joining, seam; with suff. 

inisnE- 

nil3lip f. pi. — I. binders, beams of 
timber, 2 Chron. 34: 11. — II. iron 
cramps, 1 Chron. 22:3. 

nVDnnn f., league, Dan. 11:23. 

^2H (inf. ennn ; fut. Kbn* e>arp). 

— I. bind, gird, with 7, ?JJ. — II. 
govern, restrain. Pi. ^311 restrain, 
Job 28: 11, with |D- Pu. K>3n wow 
bound up. 

rVllin ™., pl- E^^D pancakes, I 
Chron. 9:31. 
n^nO f., frying pan. 

33m. — I. locust. — II. p. n. of a man. 

T T r 

rQ3n p. n. of a man. 

•UN (fut. JIT), feasting, revelling, 
specially, keep'ng the festivals pre- 
scribed by law. 
"jH m. (const. Ill ; with art. 3llil ; 



( 79 ) nn 

with suff. -13ari; pl. D^ll), festival 
under the law. 
X3n f., refuge, Isa. 19:17. 

T T to 

^n p. n. of the prophet Haggai; 

LXX. 'AyyaloQ. 
^n p. n. of a son of Gad. 
1*311 p. n. of a man. 
JY2I1 p.n.of one of the wives of David 

T]yn root not used; (Syr. a rock). 

D^IJn, \13ll m. pl., fastnesses, clefts. 
I'l3n,n~li3n g-irdZe; see lUn- 
n?3n p. n. of a woman. 

t : t * 

1jn (fut. "larV).— I. gird, attire; with 
?]l of the part of the body at- 
tired; with 3 of the object put on; 
part. "1-1311 girt. — II. withhold, re- 
strain. 

-nan m., 1 

y\in m., 'g-ird/e, belt; pl. niljn. 

nnianf., J 

niJnD f., girding, Isa. 3:24. 
"If! Ch., a, an, once; see 1I1X, also 

inn- 

"1*1(1 are keen, fierce ; pret. Iin Hab. 

1:8. Hiph.fut. *1W,*°IW sharpens, 

Pro. 27:17. Hoph. 111-11 sharpened, 

Eze. 21:14— 16. 
in m., Hill f., sharp. 
OH-lin, H/llll m. pl., very sharp, 

Job 41:22. 
"1"1D P- n - °^ a son °f Tshmael. 
IHn p. n. of a town of the Ben- 

jamites. 

n [M (fut. apoc. 1IT), rejoice, Ex. 
18:9. Pi. fut. with suff. VHlTfl 
make glad, Ps. 21:7. Uiph. "JIT 
delight, make glad, Pro. 27: i 7 
•inn f. Ch., joy, gladness. 



nn 



( 80 ) 



mn 



p-TH m. pi. Ch., Dan. 2:32, same as 
Heb. ntn breast. 

VlH and Sin (inf. ^H; imparl; 

- t i •• t v -: * : 

fut. Pin'!) cease, desist, forbear, 

fail, with }p. 
7*1 n m., ceasing, wanting, failing. 
THn with pause ?*in m., leisure, Isa. 

38: 11. 
•vin Jud. 5:7, with pause and with 

dag. euphon. for -"Pin, •lP'lp pret. 

pi., from ?*l"l. 
v*in p. n. of a man. 

•nVin; see ^nnn. 

p*in root not used; (Arab.w?<?/ong-ena 

spinosa, a thorny shrub) 
pin and pin, with pause pip m., 

a species of thorn, Pro. 15: 19. 
?\)/\f) a river of Mesopotamia, perhaps 

the Tigris. 

Tin , part. f. rn.lh enclosing, laying 
siege to, Eze. 21: 19. 
Tin m. (const. Tiri; with suff.'lVjri; 
pi. DHTn, *TT.n), chamber, inner 
apartment; fig. NpD"*T!0 the 
chambers of the south, i. e. the 
south; |E32 ""Tin the inner parts 
of the body; T\jjO >H the tomb. 

7p*in p. n. of a part of Syria, near 
Damascus, Zee. 9:1. 

Knn. Pi. £>"in renew, restore. Hith. 

- T 

is renewed, Ps. 103:5. 
CH~I m., new, recent, fresh; f. H^Hn 

T (pi. nterjrj). 
Bhh m. (withsuff.'i^nri; pi. Q^nn, 

^in) — 1. new moon: hence, — 
II. certain feasts regulated by the 
moon. — III. month which began 
with the new moon; D*OJ ^"".H 
a whole month. — IV. p. n. of a 



woman: *E5Hn the son of Ho. 

• ; t 

dash. 
rftn m. Ch., new. 

H^n . Pi. 2**1 render due, forfeit, Dan. 
1:10. 
inn m.,debt, Eze. 18:7. 
1*12*1 n p. n.; see ~!2n. 

T r ' T T 

-HM circumscribe, Job 26:10. 
3-in m., sphere, globe. 
Hi-inp f., compasses, Isa. 44:13 

HM propose a riddle, problem. 

nTn f., parable, riddle. 

HTn« f. Ch., the same, Dan. 5:12. 

T ' -; 

PI IM . Pi. il-in sfcew, declare. 

x)Q> nnn, *$n. Pa. ch., «&*!>, rf«- 

ctere. Aph. the same. 
ninX f., shewing, argument, Job 

T 'l3: 17. 
n^iriX f. Ch., the same, Dan. 5:12. 

tt-; - 

Pl'in f., pi. nVin villages of huts; see 

also under "•TI. 
n*n f., crowd of men, 2 Sa. 23:11, 

13; Ps. 68:11; see also under 

*n. 

?-)n root not used; (Arab, shore, coast), 
TinD m., haven, harbour, Ps. 107:30. 
"•Tin p. n. of a man. 

niPl m. (pi. wry\n, D*nin).— i. thorn 

or bramble generally. — II. fishhook, 
Job 40 : 26. — III. a ring with spikes 
put round the necks of captives, 
2 Ch. 33:11. 
iin m. — I. hook or ring put into the 
nose of animals, e.g. the camel. 
— II. a nose jewel, worn as an or- 
nament. 

tO^n Ch. Aph., join in one thread, 
Ezr.4:12. 



tain ( 81 

tt-in m., thread; hVFftW "TO Wfip 
from a thread to a shoe-latchet, 
Gen. 14:23, i. e. nothing whatever. 

"••in p. n., the Hivites, a people of 
Canaan. 

n^in p. n. of an unknown district 
where there was gold. 

7\T\ and TH (fat. ^nj, ^nj; apoc. 

bn*i, bnn\ Vnni; T imp. T f. ^-in ; 

V W " T - T - 

pl. -I^n). — l.feel, be in pain. — II. 
tremble as a woman in labour. — 
III. bring forth, Isa. 54: 1. — IV 
precipitate, fall upon. — V .bestrong 
durable. — VI. waited; see yfV 
Hiph. fut.^lT — l.shake,Ps.29:8 
—II. exult, Job 20:21. Hoph. fut 
?n-V shall be brought forth,Isa.. 66:8 
Pil. //'m. — l. dance in a circle, Jud 
21:23. — II. humble, Job 26:5. — 
III. bring forth. — IV. wait, Job 35 : 
14. Pul. 7?"m was born. Hithpo. 
7?innn — I. was tormented. — II. 
fell upon. — III. waited, Ps. 37:7. 
Hithpal. /D/nnn was pained, Est. 
4:4. 

7*in m. — I. sand. — II. measure, num- 
ber, Job 29:18.-111. weight— TV. 
abundance. 

'p-in p.n. of a son of Aram, Gen. 10: 
23. 

^n m. (const. b*P; with suff.i^ri; 

pl. Dy^n). — I. strength, power; 

7*T\ Ht^y did valiantly. — II. an 

• - IT T 

army; P^il "03 or iT\ *EWX soldiers; 
y^nn IE* general. — III. riches, 
wealth; ?^n nb'V acquired wealth. 
— IV. virtue, integrity. — V. ?)ft 
yyp strength (i.e. fruit) of the tree, 
Joel 2:22. 
?\r\ m. Ch. — I. strength. — II. army. 



) ¥*n 

^"•n and?nm. — I. army. — II. outwork, 
space before a fortification. 

?*H m. "1 — I. pain. — II. trembling, 

nj?*n f. J fear, Ex. 15:14. 

n^n Ps.48:14, same as ^n forti- 
fication; others read HiVn* 

n?n?n f., great, grievous pain. 

Tinpm. — I. dance, dancing. — II. p. n. 
of a man. 

!"6hp f., dance. 

DIPl root not used; (Arab, was black). 
Din m., black. 

T\u)F\ f., a wall; const. ODin ; pl. 

T ni£>in ; dual Djnbh- 

&T\ (fut. Din>, Dhjj 1. pers. DWK) 
spare, pity, grieve for; often with 
\)]l the eye. 

Fjin s/iore; see P]5n- 

DS-in, D^Snp.n. of a son of Benjamin ; 
''PSD-'in a Chuphamite. 

[ In rootnotused; (Arab. surrounded). 

pn m . (pi. niv-m, nten).— -i. open 

place, court, garden. — II. out-fields, 
lands (without a city). — Adv. I. 
without, opposed to within; H^'-in, 
nV-inij without; f-inS the same; 
yifh, nwrb the same; f-inp the 
same; with 7 besides; f*-innp wn'M- 
ou*, Eze. 4 1:25; } 4 -inn jp without 
H^-inp the same, Eze. 40:40, 44 
phrr^K, the same, Eze. 41:9 
HV-mn ?S the same, Eze. 34:21 , 
5? T f«TD?$ the same; |» fin 
more f/ian, Ecc. 2:25. 

^n m., a uwzM, Eze. 13:10. 

)Vi M n m., n^i^n f., outer, exterior; 

fwrb without; naixnn nD&6»n 
i . - T . - T T . - 

outward business, i.e. civil, op- 
posed to sacred, 1 Ch. 26:29. 



mn ( 82 ) 

i»n, pin same as p*fTL 

I^H, fut. pi. 1*1in* sftaW fte w/afe, pa/«, 

T Isa. 29:22. T " 

")in, *n-in, "in m. — I. white linen. — 

— II. nobles. — III. cavern, aperture, 

hole; pi. njn, Q"nn, nh; see also 

vin. 

"tin m. Ch., white, Dan. 7:9. 
*TT1 m., «jM(e ftread, Gen. 40: 16. 

Hh (rpojyXoSvTng) p.n., a Horite, i.e. 
dweller in a cave, a Canaanitish 
nation. — II. p. n. of a man. 

"H-in p. n. of a man. 

> "Vin same as "HH p. n. of a man. 

OTin, DITI p. n. — I. of a king of 

T T • * 

Tyre. — II. of a man. 
pin p. n. of a country beyond Jor- 

T 'dan, Eze. 47:16, 18. 
D^'lh p. n. of a city of the Moabites; 
^*in a Horonite. 
DHin ivhite, 8cc; see "Ifl in Tin. 

&^n and ^Tl (fut. B>*HJ; a P oc - 
^nril; imp. n^-in). — I. /msten 
(part. D^n hasting).— II. felt, en- 
joyed, Ecc. 2 : 25, with 7. Hiph. 
fc^nn. — I. hasten, accelerate. — II. 
stumble, fail. 
n^-in p.n.of a man; '•n&^in aCusha- 

T r • T 

^•in p. n. of one of David's com- 
panions. 
D^-in p. n. of a man. 
B^n adv., hastily, Ps. 90: 10. 
Dnin seal; see DHn. 

T 

nin (inf. nitn ; imp. ntrij fut. njjr ; 

apoc. tnj?, tnX). — I. saw visions. 
— II. saw with pleasure. — III. look 
at, regard, with 3; look for, search 
out, choose, with |P; part Htn; 



ptn 

subst. const, ntin, n;n ; pi. D"?h. 

— I. prophet, seer. — IT. agreement, 
Isa. 28:15. 
Ktn, nin Ch., he saw. 

t -; t": 

HTn m., breast of an animal cut up, 

VI . 

const, ntrj; pi. mtn. 

ITn m. Ch., vision. 

itn p. n. of a man. 

}iin m., vision, revelation. 

n-ltn f. — I. vision, revelation. — II. 

T 

matter of vision. — III. agreement, 

Isa. 28:18. 
niin f., vision, 2 Ch. 9:29. 
n*Un f. Ch., appearance, Dan. 4: 8, 17; 

)V-m m. const. jinn ; pi. ni.vr 

dream, vision. 
}Vjn p. n. of a man, I Ki. 15: 18. 
nTrJD m., vision. 
nj.np f., window, I Ki. V 4, 5. 
n'l^tnp p.n. of a man. 
?STnp.n. of a kin,? nf Syria 

bw\b. v n - of a man - 

n^n p.n. of a man. 
,tt- : ' 

'NWH- P- n - °*" a man - 
n^Tn'* p.n. of a man. 

t; : - l 

Tin root not used; (Arab, pierced). 
Tin or Wn m., thunder-bolt, Zee 
10:1. 

TIP! m., hog, stcine. 
*VTn p.n. of a man. 

pTH (fnt.p\r\^wasstrong,firm, power- 
ful, unyielding, applied to persons, 
mind, or things: const, with II in; 
?$, ?V_ on, to; ]ft more than; 7 
to, for. Pi. p-tn made strong, firm. 
— I. with T* 1. strengthened the 
hand. — 2. supported. — II. with y? 
1. hardened the heart. — 2. restored, 
healed Hiph. p^nn I. take fist 



Pin ( 83 

hold of, obtain, retain, with 2, 7» 
?JJ — II. applying strength to, re- 
pairing, confirming, prevailing. 
Hith. p;Tnnn became, waxed strong, 
received strength, 8fc; with "OQp 
oppose, resist; with 3 or DJJ assist, 
aid. 

pjn m., becoming strong; TTJ ^PIH 
waxing strong. 

pin m., strong, mighty, unyielding, 
prevailing, used either in a good 
or bad sense. 

ptn m., strength; with suff. ""pTn f's. 
' 18:2. 

pjh m., the same; with suff. \*?Tri- 

npT.n f. (same as pTH inf., see ptn), 
inpinS when he gained strength, 

with 2 ; n^T^STD? w ^ n the 
hand of God impelled. 

nptn f. — I. force, vehemence ; !"l|?Tn2 
with power, vehemently. — II. re- 
pairing an edifice, 2 Ki. 12:13. 

••ptn p.n. of a man. 

n*i?Tn, •injpjn, n>p;n;, injpjn; p.n., 

Hezekiah, king of Judah, and others; 
LXX. 'BCexiag. 
^i?tD! i^e ^ or ^ strengthens), p. n., 
Eze'kiel the prophet; LXX. 'Je^- 

nn, DTin /100&; seenin- 

T • - 

NDPI (inf. aton, tor?; fat. K^np.— 

1. err, wander from. — II. *in; with 

2, 7, or ?}} /)(/, against. — III. miss 
the mark, fall short of, with \0 ; 
part. m. KDin, KOiri; pi. Q*Kt?h; 
f. D^tw'n- Pi. XLSn expiate, cleanse, 
free from sin. Hiph. fcOpnn I. 
miss the mark. — II. cause to sin. 
Hith. I. be, become erring, Job 41 : 
17. — II. be r learned from sin. 



) 



irn 



Xpn m. (with surT.^tPD; pi. D'Kan, 

"•XtDn), sin, wickedness. 
»On or 'OQ m. Ch., sin, Han. 4:24. 

nVtbn f./sin. 

tttpll m., sinner; nXtSrif., Am. 9:8 
riStpn f., sin, Gen. '20:9. 
nX^Ij f., sin, Ex. 34 : 7 ; Isa. 5:18. 
nSpn f., sin, Nn. 15:28. 

nxso f. (const, nmn-, P i. ntat2n ; 

const, nx'tan). — I. sin. — II. sin- 
offering. — III. idol. — IV. punish- 
ment of sin, Zee. 14: 19; Pro. 10: 16. 
n^n Ch. (Kri), KJ^D (Ketib), sin- 
offering, Ezr. 6: 17. 
^En.ittn Kal inf. const., from KBIT 

StpP! (fut. nbrv) cM«ingr wood. pu. 

part. f. nintsnp hewn stones, Ps 
144:12. 

Hilton f . pi., striped, variegated, Pro 
7:16. 

n^H f., wheat; pl.DWl; Ch. |*pn 

and J^P^n grains of ivheat. 
^•1t2n p. n. of a man. 
ND^n p. n. of a man. 
yipT] p.n. of a man. 

D^n (lit. ring a camel through the 
nose, which is the mode of bitting 
that animal); fut. Tp-DEn'tf I will 

' ' > t t v: v 

restrain my anger against thee, 

Isa. 48:9. 

^ifcDn (fut. S]brP) ro6, take by violence. 

KQ*i3n p. n. of a man. 
T . -. i 

1t?n m. ,&tick,Tod, Pro.l4:3; Isa.ll:l. 

*l£?8*n; see "ft 

mTt rwWte; see Tin. 

T • 

HTl (inf. n*n,Vn; const. rfV?J; imp. 

r T n s .0; fut. nW; apoc. *rpj Xe Hi-ed 

in health, safety, vigour, 8fc. ; with 



n*n 



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02n 



\0 recovered after sickness. Pi. I D^fl, D5v?n p. n. of a city not far 



n 4 fl — I. giving, preserving, restor 
ing life. — II. strengthen, make ef- 
fectual; JHT r~Pn preserve seed, 
Gen. 7:3. Hiph. njpp g"w<?, pre- 
serve life. 

fl*Q or S^n Ch., /ie Jiyed; imp. *}p- 
Aph. part. KllT? g-imng- M/e. 

n^n m., not used; f. H^Il; pl.nvn 
lively, strong, Ex. 1:19. 

7X1IT p.n. of a man. 

iTliD f. — I. means of living, food. — 
II. crude, raw, i.e. unsound, diseased, 
Lev. 13: 10,24; see also in Hill- 

"_n lived; pret. m. *&, »ni; f - Hjpi, 
T Ex. 1:16. 

"•H m. (const. '•11; pLD^D, **D; with 
suff. ^\*n), s. living, alive; HIH) *n 
^33 ^ni a* f/ie Lord liveth and 
thy soul liveth; adj. (f. n*H; pi. 
ni 4 n) living*, a/iwe, sa/e, reviving; 
n^n ny3 according to the time of 
life ; metaphorically, living (i. e. 
springing) water; living (i.e. fresh) 
meat. 
♦11 m. Ch., living; pi. )»)n, «Q, s. life. 
njn f. (const. nTI, "in^rt; with suff. 
T 'in s n ; pi. nVn) .— I. Hfe.—U. ani- 
mal, wild beast; see also in Hiri- 
.Tin (same as H*n Zi/e), p. n. Eve the 
first woman; LXX. "Eva, Vulg. 
Heva; see also in T])R- 
SVn f. Ch., living creature. 
n-Vn f., life. 
"in^n const, state with ) parag. for n_*n 
from n^ll; see in ^ll- 
btW p.n. of a man; Y&W one of 

the family of Jehoel. 
7>JOn p.n. of a man. 

^n, ?\n, hv> n^tfs secern- 



from the Euphrates. 
I? 1 *!! same as (?n« 
pVl ; see pn« 

f?n, pvn, ru'wri; see^in 

p^n and pi! m., the bosom. — Lin a 
conjugal sense. — II. in a dishonest 
sense, Pro. 5:20. — III. in a moral 
sense, the feelings, affections. — IV. 
bosom, lappet of a garment. — V. 
hollow place in a chariot, I Ki. 22: ' 
35; in the altar, Eze. 43:13, &c. 

iT^ri p. n. of a man. 

fijfcn hastily; see B^ll- 

"HO* ^^ P aiate > see "pn. 

H^n waiting, with ?, Isa. 30: 18. Pi. 
nsn the same. 

T • 

»sn for nan pl inf. of nan. 

y y3H m., brightened ivith wine (of 

the eyes), Gen. 49:12. 
rviy?3n f., fierceness of eyes, Pro. 23 : 

29.' 
n^Dn p. n. of a hill in the wilder - 

t • -; r 

ness of Ziph. 
PIvDn p.n. of a man. 

t ; — : 

D-pH (fut. D3PP) was wise, intelligent, 
taught. Pi. made wise, taught. 
Pu. part. D3rip made wise. Hiph. 
part. f. HD^nb making wise, Ps. 
19:8. Hithp. account oneself wise, 
cunning. 
D2n m. (f. T-iEDn).— I. wise.— ll. 

T T V T T -:' 

teacher of wisdom. — III. intelli- 
gent, clever ; D^Dn wise men (of 
soothsayers, &c.) ; nilODq (i.e. T\y\>) 
women skilled in lamenting at fu- 
nerals, Jer. 9: 16. 

D '311 m. Ch., wise man, magician. 

nCOH f., wisdom. 



03n 



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rfrn 



nDpn f- Ch., wisdom. 

nfcpn, n"l»?n f., the same. 

*3b3n p.n. of a man. 
pn same as 7*n pain; see 7-iri- 
7'n pro/ane; see77l"I- 

JwPl same as rpPI stefc, wea/f, afflicted. 

T T, T T 

(""ISpn f. — I. refuse, filth, scum, Eze. 
24:6. — II. p.n. of a woman. 
D^n diseases; see vll in H?!"!- 

J?H m - (const. iSri; with sufF. *270)» 
new milk or cream. 

ihn and Dy.PI m. (with suff. 13?n ; 
'pi. D^n^2yTI).— I. /af, /a*ness, 
tte &fttf o/a?iy thing; }""}£? Tl Me 
fatness of the earth; nt3n Tl Me 
6es£ 0/ Me wheat. — II. hardness, 
impenitency, Ps. 17:10, &c. — III. 
p. n. of a man. 

n3?n p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

t ; v r 

Asher. 
|i3?n p. n. of a city in Syria, Xa- 

Xv(3u)v. 
HiZy'n f., galbanum, an odoriferous 
T gum, Ex. 30:34. 

*TyH root not used; (Arab, duration). 

*hn m. (with suff. ^pn), time, Owra- 

' fton; l!?nip D^np men of time, 

i.e. of this world, Ps. 17 : 14. 

"ibn m., a wo/e. 

nTpn p. n. of a prophetess; LXX. 

T 'OX8a. 
^?n p.n. of a man. 

I Pi /H (fut. apoc. 7n*V), was sm#, 
weafc, afflicted, with ?5J. Niph. 
npn!) became sick, weak, afflicted; 
part.' r6rD (f. ri'pn:), diseased, 
infirm. Pi. H?n afflicted; with 



suff. , JTyn my sickness. Pu. 



npn 



afflicted, infirm, Isa. 14: 10. Hiph. 

YDD ( for n ^Di7) afflicted, made 

sick, infirm. Hoph.rpnn wounded. 

Hith. feigned sickness; imper. 

apoc. ?nnn, fut. apoc. ?n)Vl« 
ni?n Ps. 77:11. Pi. inf. with suff., 

from 1. n?n- 
yTl with pause vh m. (with suff. 

ivn ; pi. D^yO). disease, sickness, 

evil, inconvenience. 
yn m., ornament, necklace ; pi 

HyPI f., the same. 

pn'tf m., prayer; yHX, ynK ««omW 
Ma* / 

iy -. - "' L sickness, disease 

npriE f., f 

n?n?D p. n. of a woman. 

j'lpnb p. n. of a man. 

yPID p. n. of a man. 

vjpnJDm., pi. D^yHD circumstances of 

disease, 2Chron. 24:25. 
JlbriD m., a title of Ps. 53 and 88; 

meaning uncertain 
n?n?D p. n. of a woman. 

tffrnn m., pi. Q^-i?nri, Q^nn 

diseases. 

11. n^n Kal not used; (Arab, was 
sweet). Pi. D?n, with 'OS make 
propitious, conciliate favour , satisfy; 
imp. apoc. 7H, fut. apoc. 7ITV 

n^>n, |*^n ; see 7?n. 

□pn dream; see D7PI- 

|Vph p. n. of a town in the land of 
Moab. 

Pjipn passing away; see PpH. 

n^Pn de/ear; see ^7J"I- 

n?n p.n. of a province in the kingdom 
of Assyria (KaXaxvvn)- 

n7H7n pain; see 7-in- 



t^n 



bSn. Hiph.fut. -1^[1!1. I Ki.20:33, 
"did hastily catch," Eng. Ver. ; 
••hasted greatly" (Lee). 

^n, ^n, n^n j see rhn- 

7vh pipe; see TvPl- 
nDvH change; see Cpn 
nV7n*poiZ; seejvfl- 

^1/fl root not used; (Arab, intense 
blackness). 
nDpn with pause fDPn m., very mi- 
T seraWe,Ps.lO:8,14;pl.D^D^n,u.lO. 

/7H pierced, wounded, Ps. 109:22. 
Niph. ?np profaned, became com- 
mon, prostituted; inf. /njl; fut. 
^Q.!i ^DFI- Pi. ?^n— I. wounded, 
Eze. 28:9. — II. profaned, made 
common, violated (a covenant). — 
III. played upon the flute, 1 Ki. 1 : 
40, from b'kn. , Pu. part, hvnft 
profaned. Po. /.?in wounding. 
Poal. part. Tvinp wounded. Hiph. 
?nn- — 1. mafte profane, violate, 
loose, set free. — II. begin; pret. 
1. pers. *ri?nn; inf. with suflf. 
D?nn their beginning; fut. ?rp 
shall begin; ?iT s/ia// /owe Hoph. 
pn-in teas begun, Gen. 4:26. 

P 1 ?!! m., pipe; pi. D*W0; n ^C 
int. profane! fie! with 7 of the pers. 
and inf. with |»j ni% ; P Sj? 'n 
f/iaf oe far /rom fAee to do so. 

V?n (const.77n m.).— I.pierced, wound- 
ed, slain. — II. profane, common ; f. 
PIT?!"! prostitute, Lev. 21:7, 14. 

. t t -• 

?n m., profane, common. 

M?n const. I~l?n f., ca&e (pierced with 

T ~ ~ 

holes). 
fl?n com., window, (i. e. opening); pi. 



( 8fi ) r^n 

n?np f., pi. ni?np caves, holes of 

the earth, Isa. 2: 19. 
n?nri f., beginning ; ii?r\F\2 at first, 

formerly. 

D/fl (fut. D$IT) — 1. dream.— II. fe 
/a£, Job 39:4. Hiph. — I. make 
stout, strong, Isa. 38 : 16. — 11. part. 
D^p^np causing to see visions, 
Jer. 29:8. 

Di?n m., a dream; pi. rflDPrV 

DPn m. Ch. — 1. dream. — II. p. n. of 
a man. 

n-lftW., Job 6: 6, «egg," Eng. Ver.; 
cheese, (Lee). 

D ;,, p^n m., flint, stone striking fire. 

Hu?nX f., a precious stone ; LXX. 

aukOvaroc- 

pn p. n. — I. of a town in the tribe 

of Judah; same as f^Pl — II. \)hh 

in the land of Moab ; same as pin- 

^1?0 (^Fn!)' — 1> pass by, away. — II. 
put away. Pi. f]?n change (as 
clothes). Hiph. *) vnn — 1- change 
(as clothes). — II. renew. 

Pj?n Ch., pass by or away. 

P]?n prep, for, instead of, Nu. 18: 21 r 
' 31. 

P|i ?r\ m. ; Tl \J3 children of those passed 
away, orphans, Pro. 31:8. 

nQ^n f., change, renewal (of clothes, 
troops, &c.)- 

P)?np m., knife for sacrifice, Ezr. 1 :9< 

n'lD^np pi. f., locks of hair, Jud. 16: 
13,' 19. 

|*7n (fut. f$rV).— I. deliver, free.— II. 
g'iue f/ie breast, Lam. 4:3. — III. 

■ird, arm /or battle, with }D ;. 

y3H f-lVn without sandals. Niph. 
— I. u'ax delivered. — 11. was armed. 



°?n ( 87 ) 

Pi. deliver, set free; p?H girt, 
armed, ready ; ^*3¥ f-1?n host 
armed; 2Vi)D"^?r\ warriors of 
Moab. Hiph.^vni make strong, 
Isa. 58:11. 

nV^$f.,spotJ,Jud.l4:19; 2Sa.2:21. 

rfn m., dual D^PI ioirw. 

I 'tt ' • -t -: 

r?n p- n - °f a man - 

n'iivnD f. pi., dress of honour, mantle. 

t *: - 

p7n (fut. p?[V). — I. apportioned, di- 
vided land, wealth, spoil. — II. ivas 
smooth, fallacious, with OJJ. Niph. 
was divided, distributed. Pi. — I. 
divided, distributed, with Jlfcs — II. 
dispersed, with ?. Pu. was divided. 
Hiph. pvnn- — I. make smooth, 
flattering. — II. taking portion, Jer. 
37:12. Hithp. dividing, appor- 
tioning, Jos. 18:5. 

P?n m., smooth, slippery, fallacious, 
flattering. 

ihn m. (with suff. ^Q; pi. D»j??n). 
— 1. part, portion, lot of land, field. 
— II. portion of the sacrifice. — III. 
prey; ?r\l ""P.rD Isa. 57 : 6, "smooth 
stones ;" Eng. Ver. river gods (Lee) ; 
ppn v with J1S, UV, 2 my portion 
is with, 8fc. — IV. smoothness. — V. 
p. n. of a son of Gilead; ''ppH son 
of Chelek. 

\hj\ m. Ch., part, portion. 

p?n m., pi. D' , i??n smooth stones, 1 Sa. 
" 17:40. 

np?n f. — 1. slipperiness. — 11. flattery. 
— III. portion ; pi. r")ip?n slippery 
ways, Ps. 73:18. 

npPG f-> division, dividedpart, 2 Chron. 
T 35:5. 

nippn f. pi. Ch., blandishments, Dan. 
11:32. 



1DP 



*k??D P 1 - const, with dag. euphon., from 

pj?n- 

p?n p. n. of a man. 
r-pp^n, -in^n p.n. — 1. Of a man.— 

II. the high priest in Josiah's reign. 

— III. the father of Jeremiah the 

prophet. — IV. the father of Eli • 

akim. 
n'lp/ppn very slippery ways, devices 

njAnn'f. (with surf, inpbnrp -, pi. 

flippnp). — I. appointment, distri- 
bution, order, course. — II. p.n. of a 

place; rfip!?ripn ybp. 

np?np f. Ch., distribution, order, Ezr 
T 6i 18. 
£y?H (fut. B^iTJ grow feeble, Job 14 : 
10; (fut. KviT) discomfit, reduce, 
with b)l, Ex. 17: 13. 
C'pn m., tyea/i person. Joel 4: 10. 
i"lB*6n f., discomfiture, Ex. 32: 18. 

DH m. (with suff.^pn, n*pn) /flf/ier- 

in-law; see also in DDil. 
JllDn f., mother-in-law. 

T 

nn ho<; see DE>i"t- 

*SDn root not used; (Arab, curdled, 
of milk), 
n^pri (Syr. niOn) c/ieese, curd. 
HDn f., the same; see also in DHV 
nfopnp f. pi., Ps. 55 : 22 ; read TID 
JAan butter. 

\i2\\ (fut.lbn^) desired, coveted ; part. 

wn (pi.'m. DH-1D0, f. nnprij 

desirable thing. Niph. part, ^ftil} 
desirable. Pi. greatly desired, 
Cant. 2:3. 
T?0n m., rRDn f., desire, that which 

•: v t • v . i 

w desirable; D))x 73 nipn /Ae 
i/esire o/ a// nations, i.e. Messiah 
Hag. 2:7. 



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desirable 



pnn 






rrt-noq, r-iinpn f. P i., 

things. 
ppn p.n. of a man. 
nDnb m. (pi. D^IOnD) desirable.. 

desirable things. 
D^DDE m. pi., the same, Lam. 1 :7, 

11." 

non, ^K-isn, jion ; see non. 

PlDn same as u^pn father; see also 

T "in Dn\ 
^P-IOPl p. n. of the wife of Josiah. 
pDPI sour; see piOPI* 
p-1K)n surround; see pDn- 
"li^n a55; see "IDPI- 
niDli mother -in -law; see DPI- 

tOiph m., kind of forari, Lev. 11:30; 

LXX. cravpa. 
W?n fifth; see^pn- 

S^H (fut. Von* j inf. nVpnj k'a/' 

- t v : ™ T t* 

with, forbear with, with ?}J; */>«»*<?, 

with hv_, bx. 

H?pn f., clemency. 

blinb support, comfort, Eze. 24:21. 

DDH (fut. Dhj, DpJ; inf. DPI, with 
suff. iOfl).— I. 6e, grow tot; 01*1$ 
DVn in i/ie Zieaf o/Me day; 1? DPI 
/i<? becomes warm. — II. hot with 
lust. Niph. became hot, inflamed; 

fut. air, an*; part. pi. D^pm. 

Pi. warms, hatches, Job 39:14. 

Hithp. becomes warm, Job 31:20. 

Dn m. — I. warm, growing hot; pi. 

T Qi£>n — II. p. n. of a son of Noah. 

—III. perhaps Egypt (Copt. x^ 1 ). 

Ps. 78:51, &c; see also DPI in its 

place. 
DPI m., heat ; DPI? DPI hot bread, i.e. 

new. 
PiOn f., const, npn heat; see in DH N - 

T •• • 



nOPl f.— I. heat, glow, Ps. 19:7.-11 

the sun. 
7^-IOPl p.n. of a man. 
flOPI p. n. — I. of a town in the tribe 

of Asher. — II. of a town in the 

tribe of Naphtali. 

j^n m., pi. D^OPI sun-images; pro- 
bably the Ammtn of Egypt ; Greek 
a flow. 

Ofo^ (fut. Dbn^), doing violence, in- 
jury, wrong, with 7j£- Niph. 
violated, Jer. 13:22. 
DDn m. (const. Dpn ; with suff. 
'■DCn ; pi. D^DOn), violence, in- 
jury, that which is obtained by 
violence. 
DOnn m., ostrich; LXX. -}\aH ; 
Vulg. noctua. 

Vftn (fut. p»njj with pause pDJT ; 
inf. H^pPl), fermented, leavened; 
part, 'pbn scarlet; part. fpH 
Hiph. part. f. Pl^ptip fermented 
Hith. ■was excited, perturbed, Ps 
73:21. 

]*pn m., leavened, fermented. 

ydh m., vinegar. 

"pion m., injured, oppressed, Isa. 1:17. 

■ppn m., "clean provender," Isa. 30: 
24, Eng.Ver.; " a salt, sour plant 
of the desert, much relished by the 
camel" (Lee). 

pOM withdrew, disappeared, Cant. 5: 
6. Hith. loiter, act undecidedly, 
Jer. 31:22. 
p-IEPI m., ^3T 'n Cant. 7:2; pro- 
bably large beads, strung together 
and worn as a girdle; such girdles 
are often represented in the tomba 
of Egypt. 



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89 ) 



un 



H^n (fut. pi. *TOnj), fermented, was 
'excited. Poal. ipipn excited, be- 
come inflamed. (From "1DPI) Hiph. 
fut. with suff. monn! ste cemented 
it with pitch, Ex. 2:3. 
IDn m., mineral pitch, aaipaXroQ- 
"ipn m., wine. 
"ipf) m., the same. 
10n m. (pi. D*")On).— I. clay, earth, 
' m i re , — H. heap, mound of earth. 
— III. measure of capacity, con- 
taining ten baths. 
TlDn, ibn m. — I. an ass. — II. a 
heap, Jud. 15:16, same as 1DH ; 
dual D^JTJiDn. — III. p.n.of a man. 
p?pn, |ipn p. n. of a man. 
"1-fefV m.,' goat or gazelle of a brown 
colour. 
GJfyj'n m ., Me abdomen; see also in fcJJpn 

$bn const, ^pn f., ntppq, n^p.n 

"m.,five; p\. ttWVn fifty ; with 

suff. WPD. >*?%] ; tJ*"tofl i? 

captain of fifty. 
£*pn Pi. dwiied into fifth part, Gen. 

41:34. 
fcjjph m., ./?/*/* parf, Gen. 47 :26.^ 

»B»pn, ^pn m., fifth-, f. nw?D, 
nfepD; pi. with suff. rn^pb 

the fifth part of it. 
D^PD m - P 1 -' com P act in battle 

array ; Aqm\a.£vw7r\iffixkvoi ; Vulg. 

armati. 
TOPI m ., oottZe, s&in /or holding 

' liquids; const, npn, HPD- 
niOn p. n., Hamath in Syria, north of 

Palestine; *npn a HamatJiite. 
"IK" 5 ! nbn p. n. of a' town in the tribe 

of Naphtali. 
10, TIM; seepn- 



n^n (fut. njK; apoc. jnjl).— I. «fc- 

T T c/tnc(i (of 'the day), Jud. 19.9.— 
II. pitch a tent, encamp; with ?JJ 
encamp against; with 7 defended. 
— III. ,'Ztt>e//, reside, Isa. 29:1. 

n-IOn f., ph ni^n weMs used as 
dungeons, Jer. 37 : 16. 

rV?n f., spear, lance; pi. D^JVjJp, 

ftfnw 

H3np m.* (f. Gen. 32:9). —I. camp. 

' l_n. army, fcorfy o/ people. — III. 

fiock of cattle, locusts, 8fc. ; const. 

n;np ; pi.D^qp (D?3D»), nwpp. 

pTI^np (camp of the Danites), p. n. 

of a place in the tribe of Judah. 
D^np {two troops), p. n. of a town 

in the tribe of Gad. 
nianF) f. pi., camp, 2 Ki. 6 :8. 
|nn'p. n. of a man; ^pH * on °f 

Tachan. 

nsn, i-inn, |«n f 7&0|n, nwn ; see 

T pn. 

^0, ^3n ; see "pn- 

tOjH I. ripened, Cant. 2:13.— II. "»- 

balrned, mummified, Gen. 50:2, 
2,26. 
Cpjn m. pi., mummy, embalmed 
body. 

ntan, D^pn, ppan tufted; see man- 

*njn adapt, fit to certain ends. — I. 

' ' teach a child, Pro. 22: 6.— II. dedi- 
cate a temple. 

•qn m. (with suff. *?n). — I. palate, 
taste. — II. moral perception, Pro 
8:7. 

R3n f., fish-hook. 

Ipnm., trained men, Gen. 14:14. 

•?fl3n p. n. of a man; *33p the son 
of Chunoch. 

7 



33n 



H33n f., dedication. 

i"l33ri Ch., the same. 
D3P1 in vain; see }31"I- 
7^P^n p. n. of a man. 

7£0H m., /ros*. 

J?H (fut. \n\, gnj, iqji ; with suff. 
T barm, wanVwjI with : epentn. 

^3JT ; infc abs.' fin ; const. |3n ; 
with suff. D?33n, 13311 ; imper. 

with suff. »m ^^ri,' "ban ; pi. 

•1M3n, ^3n), being, acting favour- 
afe/y, graciously, kindly. Niph. 
|!13 was pitiable, Jer. 22:23. Pi. 
fut. |3IT be favourable, gracious to. 
Po. }p/lri the same, Pro. 14:21. 
Hoph. fut. JIT be favoured, find 
favour. Hith. J3 fin I implore, sup- 
plicate favour, with p, ?#, \3a? ; 

inf. with suff. usnnn.' 

pn Ch., show favour. Hith. implore 

favour. 
?N33n p. n. of a fortress of Jerusalem. 
*03n p. n. of a man. 

•T-J r 

H^D ('Avaviac), p. n. of a man. 

jfl m. (with suff. iSfl). — I. grace, 
favour; X D ^S jfl Kyjp/ozmd/a- 
vour in his sight ; 'B 'O ^3 jPI |113 
gwe favour in the sight of him. — 
II. elegance, grace of deportment. 
— III. worth, value. — IV. prayer 
for grace, Zee. 12: 10. — V. p.n. of 
a man. 

11311 p. n. of a man. 

pn m., destructweness, Job 41:4. 

1311 f. (pi. ni3n).— I. entreaty for 
favour, showing favour. — II. p. n. of 
a woman, "Awn. 

j-131 p. n. of a man. 

{•13n m., very gracious. 



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7^311 p. n. of a man. 

13*311 f., grace, favour, Jer. 16:13. 

D31 adv. — 1. freely, for nothing. — II. 
in vain. — III. for nothing, unde- 
servedly. 

1311 f. — l.favour, mercy. — 11. pray et 
for favour, prayer. 

D*3/I31TI m. pi., prayers for mercy, 
supplications. 

l'l3-l311 f. pi., the same. 

DJM p. n. of a city in Egypt ('Hpa- 

icXkovg 7roXic). 

RjM (fut. f|3fT), was heathenish, pro- 
fane, ungodly. Hiph. ^"Oll the 
same. 
P|31 m., profane, ungodly; D*23n, 

S)31 m., heathenism, Isa. 32:6. 
1S31 f., the same, Jer. 23:15. 

pJM. Niph. fut. p31 s *, hanged him- 
self, 2 Sa. 17: 23. Pi. part. p31ft 
suffocating, Nah. 2: 13. 
p31D m., suffocation, Job 7:15. 

Ipn. Pi. 1D1 accuse of baseness, 
impiety, Pro. 25:10. Hith. (fut. 
1D1J11) show thyself merciful, 
2 Sa.*22:26; Ps. 18:26. 

ion m. (with suff. 'npri; pi. Dnon, 

*1p1). — l.favour, kindness, mercy; 

ipi ibj; with dj;, h, bii, hxhe 

shoiced mercy to him. — II. good- 
ness, benevolence. — III. shame, dis- 
grace, incest, Lev. 20:17. — IV. 
p. n. of a man. 
I^IDI p.n. of the son of Zerubbabel. 

t : — : r 

T'pn m., gracious, confident; H.^pl 
lil? they that trust in the Lord. 

ITDI f., stork, supposed by the an- 
cients to be pious to its parents. 



nDn 



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van 



Hpn (fut. npnS, npnS), trust, con- 
fide in, with 3. 

ilDfl p. n. of a man. 

H-IDH f., confidence, Isa. 30:3. 
iTDHfor nriDn Kal prct. f.; pi. Vpil 

T|T T T I |T r r |T T 

for -ion, from HDn. 

npn», nbrjD m. (with mfi. ^pnp), 

refuge. 
rfpnp p. n. of a man. 

7pn crop of, devour, Deu. 28:38. 
^pn m., kind of locust, LXX. 
^povxoc- 
Dpil (fut. DDIT), 6inoJ, fie wp, siop 
(the mouth). 
DDnp m., bridle, curb, Ps. 39:2. 

|pn. Niph. fut. |pjT was strong, 
powerful, Isa. 23: 18. 
Jpn Ch. Aph. confirm, make strong. 
|pn m. Ch., might, powei\ 
}ph m., strength, poiver, wealth. 
l'lDn m., strong, powerful. 
Ppn m., mighty, Ps. 89:9. 

P|pn m., potter's clay. 
DSpPip m., scaly, having scales, Ex. 
16:14. 

*)pn (inf. nion ; fut tddj, -npir) 

want, lack, be in 'need. Pi. cii/ni- 

wis/i, ma&e £o it'anf. Hiph. "Vpnil 

ca?4.se to fall short. 
*lpn m., wanting, destitute of, with 

]D; 27°"lpn without heart (i.e. 

sense), foolish. 
"ipn m., deficiency, want. 
"Ipn m., the same, 
mpn (DI1"]FI) p. n. of a man. 
P")pn m., much want, Ecc. 1:15. 
Tpn m. Ch., deficient, Dan. 5:27. 

■viDnp m. (with suff. nbnp ; P i. 

D^bnp) want, lack, need. 



^£)n same as naJI- Pi. acted se- 

T T T T 

cretly, clandestinely, 2 Ki. 17:9. 
Hsn covered, veiled. Pi. HDIl over- 

T T ' T • 

laid, cased (with gold). Pu. HSn 
"defence;" Eng. Ver., Isa. 4:5; 
see ^Sil- Niph. H 5)113 covered, 
overlaid, with 3, Ps. 68: 14. 

ISP! (fut. tan*).— I.aJVtg-H aJarm.— 
11. hurry. Niph. T3I13 was hurried. 
PTSlfl m., Aaste, hurry. 

jSM root not used ; (Arab, a measure 
containing two hands full). 

j5/n m., dual D^SIl, 'ODil both hands 
closed so as to contain something 

"05)11 p.n. of the son of Eli. 

*j|pn cover, protect, Deu. 33: 12, with 

^Ifl, P|n m., sAore of the sea. 

f]ll m., pwre, faultless, Job 33 : 9 (lit. 

protected). 
nsn f. — I. defence; see 5)5)71 — II. 

bridal chamber. — III. p. n. of a 

man. 
D^Jl p.n. of a man. 

j*$n (fut. pan*, pan*).— i. delight, 

be pleased with, with 7 and 3 — 

II. bend, move. 

Y%r\ m., willing, delighting, acqui- 
escing; nnx 'n d&$ if thou wilt; 

VP"). 'n delighting in wickedness. 
psn m. (with suff. ^ V?D)- — l.pleasure, 
delight. — II. wish, desire, will. — 

III. costly, precious. — IV. business, 
concern, affair; pi. Q^SH pre- 
cious things. 

v\y^^T\ my delight (is) in her. — I. 
a mystic title of Christ's true 
church, Isa. 62:4. — II. p. n. of 



-isn 

of Manasseh. 



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2 Ki. i 



vvn 



the mother 
21:1. 

H$n (fut. 1*211!).— I. dig (as a well, &c). 
— II. search out, investigate; "iDn 
(fut. "ISrV) blush, be ashamed, con- 
founded.' Hiph. "I^nn.— I. blush. 
— II. cause to blush, put to shame. 
IBP! p. n. — I. of a city of Canaan. — 
II. of a man; HQIj a Hepherite. 
D'HSPI p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Issachar. 
ni"12"~lDn (digger), a mole, Isa. 2: 
20; probably wrong reading for 
nilSISn moles. 
iHSfi p. n., Pharaoh Hophra king of 
'Egypt; LXX. OvaQpi}. 

^SH search, investigate. Niph. shall 
be sought out, Ob&d.v. 6. Pi. S^Slfl 
search diligently. Pu. W&T) is 
searched. Hithp. b'Snnn (from 
another root), was clothed, bound, 
equipped, accoutred. 
b'Sn m., search, enquiry, Ps. 64:7. 

£^£)Pt . Pu. nt^Bn she was freed, Lev. 

- T T T •.. 

19:20. 

^Slh m. TI t, '7.32 clothes of liberation, 
i. e. spread out to exhibit for sale, 
Eze. 27:20. 

n^an f., freedom, Lev. 19:20. 

^Qn m. (pi. D^Bn), free from ser- 
vitude, evil,8fc; Tl Cr^DIl /ree 
/rom the dead, Ps. 88:6, i.e. free 
from the evils of life. 

D-II^Sn, rVt^Sn f., freedom from bu- 
siness, servitude, fyc. T\ rT'S retreat, 
place of retirement, 2 Ki. 15:5. 
^n arrow; see f)£T]- 

l^n and iVH (fut. n¥IT) cu*, hew 

- t •• t v : -' 

out wood, stone, metal, 8cc; part. 



2Vn s., hewer; applied to light- 
ning, I Chron. 22:2, 15. Niph. 
was engraven, Job 19:24. Pu. 
hewn, Isa. 51:1. Hiph. cause to cut 
to pieces. 
2VP1D m., hewing (of stones). 

nVri (fut. nSPP; apoc. f CQ) dimdc, 
T apportion,' Ps. 55:24; titp£t6 
Dn^P^ 5/iaW wof /ire ou£ half their 
days. Niph. was divided. 

nWn const, nun f., />»<«&. 

11 ^n with pause *¥£! m ' (with suff. 

VVD) /»«(/", part, portion of any 

thing; see also in ^Vn- 
nin^pn "'VH P- n - °f a man; patron. 

*nro©n »m 

njnd L, half, Nu. 31:36, 43. 
n^n'p f-i the same. 

-fan, rmton, T*n; see nm 

t * t : -: ■ t * 

^n root not used; (Arab, bosom) 
l)sn m. — I. bosom, chest. — II. bosom of 
garment, perhaps, girdle, Neh. 5: 
13; with suff. Wm 
i¥n m., the same; with suff. 1 3¥n. 

"•"LVlI Ch. Aph. ivas urgent, pressing, 
Dan. 2:15; 3:22. 

VVCl, part. y$n rushing on, Pro. 30: 
27. Pi. part. pi. D^V^P persons 
taking part (in conversation), Jud. 
5:11. Pu. are cut, decided, Job 
21:21. 
■j^n m. — I. gravel. — II. arrow, i. e. 
T lightning, Ps. 77:18. 

y n m. (with suff. s -yn ; pi. fz^n, 

Wn).— -I. arrow; WXTT^VZ bow- 
men. — II. metaph. lightning. 
-|Dn"fV>'n and "jVyn p.n. of a plac* 
in the tribe of Judah. 
my'^D trumpet ; see "l¥n» 



-wn 



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Tin 



*y^tl root not used.— I. (Arab, sur- 
ruunding). — II. (Arab, field). 

i>;n com. (pi. Dmrj, nhvq).— i. 

enclosure, area, court. — II. village; 
TJg""WQ (threshing-floor of Ad- 
dar), p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Judah; HD-1D Tl, D*D-1D Tl p. n. 

* T • 

of a town in the tribe of Simeon ; 
|tyg Tl, |J*)7 TI a town in the 
north of Palestine; 'PJJ-IGJ' Tl a town 
in the tribe of Simeon ; "l¥n 
j^rin a town on the borders of 
Syria; n'ln^n p. n. of a station 
in the desert. 

"iWn p.n. — I. of a town in the tribe 
of Naphtali. — II. of a town in the 
tribe of Benjamin. — III. of a legion 
of Arabia. 

flT^n p.n. — I. of a son of Reuben. — 
II. of a son of Perez ; patron. "OH VD» 

■HVD P- n - ot a man - 

Dip"jVn [court of death), p. n. of a 
district in Arabia. 

-pVn m. — 1. enclosure (habitable 
place). — II. grass; see root II. 

rnV'^D. r™*D f., trumpet ; from 
this' word comes Pi. D'H'VDP or 
Hiph. Dnvnp (ketib D^V'SOP, 
CIIVIP) persons blowing with 
trumpets. 
pn bosom ; see p^ri- 

pn, "pn, npn ; see ppn- 

npn. Pu. part. npnD engraven, 
carved. Hith. with ?JJ impressed, 
furrowed, Job 13:27. 

XS-lpn p. n. of a man. 

ppn carve, engrave, inscribe ; part, 
pph legislator, Jud. 5 : 9. Pu. part. 
p(9np statute, Pro. 31:5. Po. 



decide, decree, Pro. 8:15; part. 
PPJV2 lawgiver. Hoph. fut. -IpIT 
engraven, inscribed, Job 19:23 

ppn m., pi. const. '•ppn — I. impres- 
sions, imaginations, Jud. 5:15. — 
II. decrees, Isa. 10: 1. 

ph,"pn m. (with sun'. Tjpn, ^pri; pi. 
^jpfl, ''pn, i$M).—L statute, law. 
— II. custom, privilege. 

npn f. — 1. statute. — II. custom. 

Hpn (fut. "IpIT; inf. Ipn), search, in- 
vestigate, try. Niph. nplTO £/ta< 
may 6e searched. Pi. npn like Kal, 
Ecc. 12:9. 

"Ipn m., investigation, search, enquiry. 

"Ipnp m., pi. const. Hpnp depths (of 
the earth), Ps. 95:4. ' 

-in, nn ; see Tin nin. 

' •..* - T _ T 

wOPl root not used; (Arab. dung). 
KTI or SOP! m., pi. D^nn dung, 

T Isa. 36:12. 
nn or nn m., the same; pi. const. *nn. 
n&Onftf., draught -hoUse,2K\. 10:27. 

T T-; - 

inn (fut. innj, nnrp).— i. dry, be 

dry. — II. desolate, ruin. Niph. 
2nnj3 was ruined. Pu. 2TI feeerc 
dried. Hiph. ^Tin I. dry up. — 
II. ruin. Hoph. 2 Tin was wasted, 
destroyed. 

inn ch. Hoph. f., nnnnn is wasted, 

'Ezr. 4:15. 
nnn in. — 1. dry. — 11. desolate, devas- 
tated; f. nnnri; pi. n'linn. 
nnn f. (with suff. »ann; pi. nnnn). 

I. sword. — 11. sharp weapon or 
cutting instrument. — 111. drought, 
Deut. 28:22. 
2TI m. — 1. drought. — 11. heat. — 111. 
desolation. 



m 



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Din 






n")n, 3 "TIP! (dry, desolate), p. n. of one 
of the summits of Sinai. 

n:nn f., pi. n'mn (const, ntoin) 

deso/a£ums. 
rQTI f., drought. 

T T T ° 

ji-lin m., pi. const. Vj'inn greaf 
droughts, Ps. 32:4. 
Symin p.n. of a Persian eunuch. 

t : " 

3 H™1 suffer pressure, trouble, Ps.i 8: 46. 

/ilin m., Me Zaraz of the locust, 
Lev. 11:22. 

lift or TTl (fut. IIPP), was timid, 
fearful, trembling, with ?$, ? or 
|?p. Hiph. affrighted. 
Tin m. — 1. fearful, anxious, with 

?JJ, ?&, 3. — II. trembling. 
min const, mill f.— I. /ear.— II. 

t T-; - : v 

trembling. — III. p. n. of a station 
of the Israelites, Nu. 33:24. 
TllH p. n. of a place in the moun- 
tain of Gilboa, Ju. 7:1; Hin a 
Harodite, 2 Sa. 23:25. 

ftlft (inf. abs. PHIl; fut. HTTP; apoc. 
^IT), was, became hot, angry; 
13K nnn with 2, ?K, ^V his anger 
was kindled against; w (Tin /ie 
was angry; V^2 mn i£ grieved 
him. Niph. -Iin} were enraged, 
angry; part. D"HrO angry. Hiph. 
mnn. — I. made angry. — II. be- 
came warm, zealous, Neh.3:20. 
Hithp. fut. apoc. ""innfi be thou 
vexed. 

fnn m. — I. P]N Tl heat of anger. — 
II. angry person, Ps. 58: 10. 

Hn m.; P]X Tl heat, burning. 

fcOnri m., << habergeon," Eng. Ver., Ex. 
28:32, &c. ; meaning uncertain. 



mnFi contend with, emulate, Jer 
12:5; 22: 15. 

n IN m., pi. D^T-IIH necklace of pre- 
cious stones, Cant. 1 : 10. 

7^HH m., a thorny shiiib; pi. Dvin. 
f*-T,n fine gold; see "pPI. 
*irnn /tea£; see Yin. 

Dn_n (Arab, engraver). 
ft'H.n m., pi. D^tp'Hn pockets, purses. 
0*in m. — I. graving tool, Ex. 32:4. 

— II. writing style, Isa. 8:1. 
Db"in m., pi. D^pnn.— I. the sacred 
scribes of Egypt who engraved 
hieroglyphics, iepoypafifxartlg. — 
II. the wise men of Babylon, Dan. 
1:20; 2:2. 
P»t?"in m. pi. Ch., same as D^Din 
wise men, magicians. 
"HPl heat; see n"in. 
Hh bread; see *Yin. 
*1D P 1 - const, from "in dwttg-; see Xin. 
P"]!! cutting; see fin. 

&>nn, ^nn ; seetrin. 

"Hin (fut. Ij'inj), roasts, Pro. 12:27. 
Tin Ch. Hith. was burnt, Dan. 3:27. 
Q^ITI m. pi., latticed windows, LXX. 
SiicTva, Cant. 2:9. 

D*in. Kal not used; (Arab, forbid- 
den, sacred). Hiph. D^nn — 1. 
devote to destruction. — II. apply 
to sacred uses. Hoph. D"inn. — I. 
was devoted to destruction, slain. 
—II. was consecrated. 

Din m. (with suff. ^p-ffl). — 1. devo- 
tion to destruction. — II. the thing 
so devoted. 

D"in p.n. of a town in the tribe of 
Naphtali. 



o-in ( 95 ) 

cnn m. with sutf. »Dnnj (pi. D^nn). 

I. a net. — IT. allurements, Ecc. 7: 
26. 

□"in m. (Arab, cut off, tear), fiat- 
nosed, Lev. 21: 18. 

D"in p. n. of a man. 

nDin p. n. of a town of the Ca- 
naanites. 

|iO"in p. n. of a range of hills in 
Anti-Libanus; D'Obnn Hermonites. 

Btoin m. (from Cm and E$hn), 

sickle, reaping hook. 
pn p. n. — I. of a city of Mesopotamia, 

Xappdv. — II. of a city of Arabia. 

— III. of a man. 
D^"in p. n. of a place; see 1V1- 

"ID-Pn P- n - ot a man. 

Dill, t^in root not used; (Arab. 

scratching). 
Din m., the itch, Deu. 28:27. 
DID m. (with n parag. ilDIJl), the 

sun, Ju. 8: 13 ; 14: 18; Cnhn ")^ 

prophetic name of a city in Egypt, 

lsa. 19:18; see D"IH. 
t?in m., earthenware, potsherd; v3 

KHn earthen iiase. 
n-lDnHf., pottery; n-1Dnnn T&& the 

potter's gate, one of the gates of 

Jerusalem. 

P|in (fut. Iinj).— I. pluck (the fruit 
of), eat up, lsa. 18:6. — II. strip of 
honour, iialue ; reproach. Pi. Ppn 
I. reproach, blaspheme. — II. expose 
to reproach, Ju. 5:18. Niph. part, 
f. nQlQJ deprived of all right, es- 
poused, Lev. 19:20. 
rpn m. — I. autumn. — II. youth, Job 
29:4, (the year was supposed to 
begin in autumn). 



mn 
ns"jg f. (pi. nteTij const, ntein). 

— I. reproach, contempt. — II. per- 
son or thing reproached. 

?]Hn p.n. of a man ; patron. ^IQ. 

T).^ P- n. of a man. 

|Jy (f ut - r^n.!)« — I- was sharp, active, 
courageous. — II. was decided, dc 
ter mined; part. ^-Iin. — I. maimed, 
rent. Lev. 22:22. — II. decided, de- 
termined. — III. punishment. Niph. 
part. f. n¥"im, mnn: decided, de- 
termined, decreed. 

f-"nn m. — I. ditch, foss. — II. the sharp 
spikes of a thrashing dray; pi. 
const. ni¥nn. — III. sharpened, in- 
structed. — IV. gold. — V. decree; 
pi. D^n?; see pn.— VI. p. n. of 
a man. 

pnn m. (pi. const, ^nnj.— I. cut- 
tings of cheese, LXX. rpvtyaXig, 
1 Sa. 17:18.-11. same as pin 
spikes, sharp points. 

}V"in m., pi. D^Vnn sour grapes, 
T Nu. 6:4. 

| 1m Ch., same as Heb. f?n /oiris, 
Dan. 5:6. 

ni3V1D f- P^- — 1- &0"ds, bandages, 
Ps. 73:4. — II. grievous pains, lsa. 
58:6. 

p III (fut. pniT), ground, gnashed the 
\eeth; (with D*|K>3, D)3£ ; and ^ 
agmnsJ). 

Tin. — I.tcaj /io£. — II. was dry. Niph. 
T "l™, "in? (fut. in»J, teas Ao*, dry; 
*iri3 became dry. Pilp. inf. "irnn 
ma&e Ao£, kindle, as fire, Pro. 
26:21. 
D^IIH m. pi., dry, parched places, 
Jer'. 17 : 6. 



-in 



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nt^n 






"lh m., pi. Dnn, D*")in nobles, great 

men; see also "fin. 
inifl m. — I. inflammation, fevei , 
' Deu. 28 : 22. — II p. n. of a man. 
bin potsherd; see Din. 

BHH (fut. Bhr£).— I. cw*, ptoug-fc */k; 
land. — II. engrave, sculpture, with 
^ (Khh ploughman).— III. (fut. 
BHTP) tycw dwm&, «/enf, was deaf, 
with |D. Niph. was ploughed. 
Hiph. — 1. engrave, carve. — 11. /a- 
bricate, devise evil, 1 Sa. 23: 9. — 
III. be stih. quiet. Hith. fut. pi. 
•IKhnn* wen silent, Ju. 16:2. 
K^in m., ploughing, tilling the land; 
i&nn his field. 

Jon. 4:8. 

bin m. (const, bin; pi. nnshn, 
^nn), worker, artificer, in wood, 
stone, metal, &c.; nWE *ghn 
forgers of destruction, Eze. 21:36. 

BH.n m. — 1. cunning w;o?-/£; (D^KHn *£ 
ua^eu o/ J/ie mechanics, near Je- 
rusalem). — II. silence, silently. — 
111. p. n. of a man. 

Bhh m. wood, forest; pi. D^n.; 
'nKhh info Me wood; nb")h2 in 

t : T 

Me wood. 
KHn m., artificer; cutting instrument 

(Gesen.), Gen. 4:22. 
K?"in m., dea/; pi. DWf). 

K&Hn p. n. of a man. 
t : - 

n^lQ f. — 1. sculpture. — II. p. n. of a 

place in North Palestine. 
ni'hnn f., coulter, 1 Sa. 13:21; pi. 

T ntehnp. 
nbinp : f. (with suff. ififiqp), 

ploughshare, 1 Sa. 13:20. 



ni.ri same as Bhn ; part. TVFft rut, 
engraven, Ex. 32: 16. 
Jinn (same as Bhh), p. n. of a wood 
in the tribe of Judah. 

KMbn, s^bri; see pjbn. 



■?|BTt (fut. ^>nn, yvm, *|BTO1j. 

I. withhold, keep back. — II. safe, 
with |D.— 111. re/we. — IV. spare. 
1JBTI sparing, Pro. 13:24. Niph. 
fut. "S|bn* is restrained, Job 16:6; 
•qbrP id T . 21:30. 

SlE^Pl (fut. ^bjT), wafce //are, de?m- 
tfa/e, expose. — II. draw (as water) 
i^S'lbn p.n. of a man. 
Fp$n ni., ,/?oc/e, 1 Ki. 20:27. 
P]bnp m., laying bare, Gen.30:37 

^^ri (fut. nbir, -atprp.— i. ***»*, 

ievis«, meditate. — II. consider, es- 
teem, reckon, impute, with inf. and 
?: ibn artificer, deviser; with 
£o o/ no esteem. Niph. D£ ; rtt 
(fut. HbrP) was thought, esteemed, 
computed, reckoned, with?, 2), Dy, 3, 
7jJ. Pi. IWT} think, compute, es- 
teem, reckon, with /N- Hithp. 
was accounted, Nu. 23:9. 

3bn Ch., considered, esteemed, Dan. 
4-32. 

nbn m., the belt, girdle of the ephod. 

pilbn m. — I. device, discovery. — II. 
p. n. of a city of the Amorites, 
'Ecr/3o5£. 

|inbn m. pi., nirinbn warlike ma 
chines, 2 Chrun. 26:15. 

n^lllbn p. n. of a man. 

t t- : - r 

Zl-lbn p. n. of a man. 
nubn p. n. of a man. 
nUKTl, -in^nbn p. n. of a man. 

t : - -: ts","! ' 

njnbn, n^n^n p. n. of a man 
t : — :' t: : - -: * 



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^>nn 



nn^nc, fqbto f. (pi. n'nf no ; 

T corist. rSSXffXQ). — I. thought,' de- 
sign, project. — 11. work of art, in- 
genuity. 

i"lk>n was silent. Hiph. i"l&^nn,part. 
n^np was or made silent. 

nL/M Ch., persons, things wanting. 
n-int^n f. Ch., want, necessity, Ezr. 
7': 20. 
H3WI same as n3BTI dorftj see 1ETJ. 

^Iw^n (fut. ^fT) be, become obscure, 
dark. Hiph. ^^nn made dark, 
obscure; fut. "SpSPrP. 

T]^n m., pi. D^S^n obscure persons, 
Pro. 22:29. 

•q^n m. (with suff. *3B>n).— I. dark- 
ness. — 11. ignorance. — III calamity, 
misery, destruction. 

"JJI^n m. Ch., darkness. 

^n m., pi. D s pt^n obsci'ied, dark- 
ened. 

HD^n, HD^ri f., obscurity, darkness. 

nS^ri, nSBTI f., the same. 

t : v t : t 

"^PlD m., I. darkness. — II. adversity, 
T trouble ; pi. D*3B>DJD, *3g>QD. 

TP1. Niph. part. O^TO debili- 
tated, infirm persons, Deu.25:18. 
?^n Ch., pounded to poirder, Dan. 
2:40. 



|L^n (Arab. £0 adorn). 
|KT! m., breast-plate of the high priest, 
called also DS^^H /ft 

t : • ~ 

pL/M. — I. desire, delight in, with 3. 

— II. it pleased, seemed good, with ? 

and inf. Pi. p&>n attached to, Ex. 

38:28.Pu. wasjoinedto, Ex.27: 17. 
pt^n m. (with suff. *p^n), desire, 

delight. 
WlP&n, D^n m. pi.— the tie-rods 

or poles which passed through the 

upright pillars of the forecourt of 

the tabernacle. 
Q^p^n m. pi., spokes of a wheel, 

1 Ki. 7:33. 

llj^n root not used; (Arab. collected) 
rnfc^n f., collection of waters, 2 

T Sam. 22 : 12. 
D'Hfcpn m. pi., naves of wheels, 1 Ki. 
7 : .33. 

u wQ m., dry grass, hay. 
Tin, pi. D^Fin p. n. of a people of 
Canaan. 

(inn (fut. i"lF)IT), take up and remove 
(as fire, coals, &c), lay hold of; 
fut. with suff. TjrifT he will lay 
hold on thee, Ps. 52:7. 
nrH^lD f. — 1. shovel or pan for re- 
moving hot coals. — II. censer. — 
III. dishes for receiving the snuffs 
of the lamps; LXX. bnoQipa. 

no, nnn, nnnn, rvrin ; see nnn. 



/U&/M some brilliant white or pale 

yellow metal ; LXX. yXenrpov. 
DE^n p.n. of a man. 
}1D^n p.n. of a town in the tribe of j ^[pM. Niph. TJFin; has been deter- 

Judah. 
V~\y\DWr\ p. n. of a station of the 

Israelites in the desert. 

(D&5TT m., pi. D*3DB>n rich, powerful 
' men, Ps. 68 : 32 ' 



mined, Dan. 9:24. 

7Hn. Pu.andHoph.r60n &6 ^nnn, 

thou wast not bandaged, Eze. 16:4. 
>inn m., bandage for a wound, Eze. 
30:21. 



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nno 



H?nn f., swaddling, bandage, Job 

T 38*:9. 
pnn p. n. of a place in Syria. 

DHH (fut. D'fllT).— I. seal, seal up.— 
II. conclude, finish, with 1^3, 3. 
Niph. was, became sealed. Pi. 
sealed, determined upon, Job 24: 
16. Hiph. D^nnn seal, shut up, 
Lev. 15:3. 

Dnn Ch., sealed. 

Drrih m. (with suff. ^pph). — I. seal- 
ring. — II. seal. — III. p. n. of a 
man. 

npnh f.,seal, Gen. 38:25. 



part. m. jJTin father-in-law, 
wife's father; f. fl^nn mother-in- 
law, wife's mother; with suff. 
VUrfn. Uith. \r\Unr\ became re- 
lated by marriage, specially with 
a daughter, with H~\R, 3, ?• 
}nn m. (const. \T\T\; with suff. \^T\V\; 
pi. D > 3nn). — I. relative. — II. son- 
in-law. — III. bridegroom. — IV. re- 
lative by blood, i. e. circumcision, 
B*9T!0n Ex. 4 :25, 26. 

nsnn f.. marriage, Cant. 3: 11. 
t ■•.-: 

5]nn same as ^DPl; (Arab, destruc- 
tion;) fut. PjniT snatch away, Job 
9:12. 
Fjrin m., TI WW man of rapine, Pro. 
'23:28. 

*inn (fut. "ihn^).— I. dig, delve, with 
3 into. — II. row (dig into water), 
Jon. 1:13. 
niFinp f., digging through, i. e. 
breaking in. 

nnn be, become broken with shame, 
fear,$c. Niph. nm (fut. niT; 



pi. -irur), same as Kal, with jft, 
^QD. Pi. nnn I. broken to 
pieces, shivered. — 11. affrighted, Job 

7: i4. Hiph. nnn (pret. nhnn, 

^nnnn), break to pieces, ruin. 
nnn m. — I. ruin, Job 6:21. — II. p.n. 
of a man. 

nn m. (with suff. D3nn ; pi. D^nn) 

broken, spoiled, applied to persons 

or things. 
nnn f. — I. the same. — II. fear, Gen. 

T 35:5. 
n^nn f., fear, terror, dread. 

nnnn m., pi. o^nnnn broken down 

with fear, Ecc. 12:5. 
nnnp f. — I. stroke, injury, ruin. — II. 
fear, terror. 

b 

2$t3 Ch., was glad, Dan. 6:24. 

^DKb debase; see N-1D- 

no, ^xntp; see y\v- 

Qv^D m.pl.(Ethiop. hhlto folded) 
turbans, Eze. 23: 15. 

n 3kJ m., mountain, high place. 

rQ^ (inf. const. HID; imp. n?P) 
slaughter, specially animals for eat- 
ing, also of men. 

nilD m. — I. cook, butcher. — II. officer 
of state, probably, executioner ; 
D^nSt? (3T) "W chief officer. 

n3t? m. Ch., officer of state. 

nn3ip f., female cook. 

nip m. (with suff. r\T]2Ui).— I. slaugh- 
ter of animals. — II. animali 
slaughtered. — III. p. n. of a man. 

Hipp f., the same. 

D^JTUQN (trans.) m. pl., melons, Nu. 
i 1 : 5. 



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HSltpD tu., slaughter, Isa 14:21. 
nnzip (elsewhere HtDS), p. n. of a city 
of Syria. 

/^D I- dip, plunge. — II. stain, dye. 
Niph. were dipped, Jos. 3:15. 
Dy-llp; see in its place. 
•IHvUtb p.n. of a man. 

yZllD sank down (as into mud). Pu. 
y5P san k * n » ' were immcrged, Ex. 
15:4. Hoph. yspil were let in 
(as pillars in their bases, &c). 

nynpf. (pi. niysp; const, my^p). 

— I. seal ring. — II. any ring. 
niy^ll? p.n. of a man. 
|toT3B; see 3'lD. 
n2p p.n. of a town in the tribe of 

Ephraim. 

nOtP m., the tenth month of the He- 
brew year, Est. 2:16. 

inu (fut. "inp* 1 .) was, became, clean, 
pure, from disease, from legal un- 
cleanness, from moral impurity 
Pi. "inp. — I. cleanse, purify. — II 
declare clean. Pu. was purified 

Hithp. intsn (pi.nntsrt; imp. pi 

•*nniSn)w;as, became clean, purified 

•vino "(const, -vinp, nnp ; f. rnnp ; 

pi. niinp) clean, pure. 
1HD m. — I. brightness, glory. — II. 

purification. 
-Iil£ m., 

nnfito f., 

tt: t 

K}£3 Ch., root not used; (Syr. fasted). 
fiVp f. Ch., fasting, Dan. 6:19. 

MtO or KID. Pil. {>5p«p AwmMe, 
debase; part. ^DNpD humbling, 
debasing, Isa. 14:23. 

litO (pret. pi. -nb ; fut. 3£« from 



the same. 



) 51B 

2p*) was good, agreeable; "y H1t3 
•i£ pleases me, Nu. 24 : 1 ; with 
W#3 the same. Hiph. n^H <io 
w?e^, liberally, make good, Hos. 
10:1; ma&e happy, Ecc. 11:9. 

SID m. rttift f. — I. good. — 11. happy, 
prosperous. — III. valuable. — IV. 
handsome (goodlike). — V. kind. — 
VI. used adverbially, well, rightly; 
s. m. and f. HHID. — I. goodness. 
— II. wealth. — III. prosperity, hap- 
piness; y\u7, n2Vu>7, with ? that it 
may be well with thee. — IV. beauty. 
— V. p. n. of a country on the other 
side Jordan. 

2t3 m. Ch., good, excellent. 

'pXng with pause ^K?p p. n. of a 
man, Syrian or Persian. 

PETUp p. n., the father of Benhadad, 
king of Syria. 

2 -ID m. — I. goodness. — II. wealth. — 
III. prosperity. — IV. beauty. — V 
goodness (of discernment). — VI. 
God, as the source of all good. D-ltD 
Y*$S the best part of the land, Gen. 
45:18. 

•irPriK 2)D p.n. of a man. 

T . -. r 

rVIlitt, -IH^'lD p. n. of a man. 

T • T • r 

iT)tp spin (lit. twine), Ex. 35:25, 26. 
H)Dp m., yarn, Ex. 35:25. 

M-ltD I. plaister, paint. — II. overlay- 
Niph. inf. ni£>n was covered, plast- 
ered, Lev. 14:43,48. 
iTQ m., plastering, Eze. 13:12. 
mntp f. pi. — I. inward parts, viscera, 
Ps. 51 :8. — II. the motive power of 
the heavenly bodies, Job 38:36. 
niGtp'lD bandages; see Pptt. 

/'ID. Hiph. ^pn cast forth, out, into. 



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Hoph. ?D-in was, became cast out, 
forth, fyc. Pil. Sp^>P cast out, 
Isa. 22:17. 
i"l?P/P f., entire casting out, lsa. 22: 
T 17. 
PntO (Arab, sun ounded). 
niDtDID f. pi., (pvXaKTijpiu, frontlets; 
probably jewels worn on the fore- 
head. 

I^fa see TH and *V|R 

"flB m. (pi. Dn ; 1D, Qna), smew, 
07 - cter, range. 

PITD f. — 1. am/ series o/ buildings. 
— 11. palace. — 111. certain cham- 
bers in the Temple. 

HlD m. Ch., same as "1-V< mountain, 
Dan. 2:35, 45. 

VWSfly swiftly, Job 9:2k 
Hip fasting; see Kit?. 

nntD (Arab, expand). Pil. pait.">inpp 

n^'|5 archers, Gen. 21 : 16. 
ri'inp viscera; see fTltO. 
D^inp hemorrhoids ; see "IflD. 

jntO (fut. |np;).— 1. grind with a 
hand-mill. — 11. oppress. 
jinp m., hand-mill, Lam. 5:13. 
n:rb f., the same, Ecc. 12:4. 

*iritp (Syr. arms). 

D^linp m. pi., emerods (haemorrhoids). 
TV® plaster ; see fl-lD. 

tO U m., mud, mire. 

| Lp m. Ch., clay, potter's clay. 

JTVp row; see 1-1 D. 

?D dew;; see TvB. 

N/IPj part. Ww® patched, havin; 



niKj'ipp patched (of shoes), Jos 
9:5. 
D^tp; see^p, dJ?B. 

(iptp (Syr. an infant). 

J1?D const. H?p m., young lamb. 

7P m— 1. the same ; pi. D*fc6t?.— 
II. p. n. of a town ; see D?P- 
^D, H^D; see ^10. 

i •• : • t •• : - 

//U. Pi. ??p covered, roofed, Neh. 

3:15. 
^P Ch. Aph. b^P« tafces sAade, 

Dan. 4:9. 
?P m. (with pause ?®, with suff. 

D?ft), dew. 

L T 

7>P m. Ch., dew. 

UP® p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

' Judah ; also D^p. 

}1Dpp p. n. of a man. 

tf£tO (fut. «»P); inf. with H parag. 
HSptD), was unclean, polluted, 
with 3. Niph. #®®) was polluted, 
with 3. Pi. Npp— 1. polluted, de- 
filed. — 11. pronounced unclean. Pu. 
part. f. n«»pp polluted. Hith. 
NPPil polluted, with ?. Hothp. 
pret. f. il^^pn the same, Deu. 
24:4. 

&D® m., unclean, polluted; f. HKpp. 

T\K®® f. (pi. const, nfcpt?), polluted, 
defiled. 

Hfttp same as KDB. Niph. pi. WDBJ 
M>e fl/'e unclean, despised. 

jUtD conceal, hide in the earth. Niph. 
was hidden. Hiph. /iidc, 2 Ki. 7:8. 
jl&PP m. (pi. D^DPP), treasure, 
that which is laid up, hidden. 



patches of various colours; pi. 

D^p, n'lN^p. Pu. part. f. pi. ! &OtP (withsuff. ^N}P) m„ basket. 




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WD. Pi. soil, Cant. 5:3. 

n$D same as H^R Hiph. PlJ^H 
//tarfe te err, Ezc. 13:10. 

D^.tp (fut. DSP.*).— I. taste.— II. dis- 
criminate, judge. 

Dyp Ch. Pa. make to eat. 

DVD m. — I. reason, judgment. — II. 
taste. 

DJjp m. Ch., edic*. 

DJJp m. Ch. — I. taste. — II. judgment. 
—III. edict. 

D^JJPP m, ni»5?P» f. pi-, rfemi^ 
meafa. 

-1. tea<i (of boasts of burden), 
Gen .45:17.-11. Pu . jjjb pierc^i 
through, Isa. 14:19. 

Hyp Kal. inf. ; see JJB1 

f|P infant; see P|SD. 

*l^tO. Pi. nS>P spread out, extend 
(from nsp), spec, witb the hand. 

riSp m. — 1. palm, hand-breadth, a 
measure of about three and-a-half 
inches; pi. niJIBp Ps. 39:6.— II. 
coping stones of a building. 

HQD m., hand-breadth, measure. 

D^nSp m. pi., Lam. 2:20, that which 
is stroked with the hand. 

nnspp f. (pi. niriSPP), upper gar- 
ment, mantle. 

/SU. — I. lay on or over. — II. cover, 
conceal. 

iDSlD m ., prince, general. 
"Ip!pp m., the same; pi. DHDQp. 
£|SU tripping, mincing, Isa. 3:16. 
P)P m. (with pause C|t3; with suff. 
•13SP), child, infant. 

lSu m. Ch., nails, daws. 



£^$tp fat, stupid, Ps. 119:70. 
HOD p. n. of a daughter of Solomon. 

TntO driving out; part. 1~)fo perpetual, 
successive (i. e. one driving oul 
the other), Pro. 19:13; 27:15. 
Tip Ch., driving out, driven out. 

| PHD root not used; (Arab, was fresh). 
*")D m., il'Hp f., fresh, moist, Jud. 
T 15:15; T Isa. 1:6 
Diip ketib, same as D"Tg). 

1T11D. Hiph. stretches out, Job 37 : 1 1. 
rnb m. (with suff. DDrpD), pressure, 
wearying. 

U ]I0 root not used; (Arab, cm t off). 
DIP adv., no* yet; D1P2 and D*ttD 
oe/ore Mai; D^LSp the same. 

*P_CD (fut. Pptt*, ^np^fearmpfeces, 
wound, injure. Niph. oe tern in 
pieces. Pu. PpLD the same. Hiph. 
/<?<?</, provide for. 

Pj^P m., prey, provision, food. 

Ppb m., tea/ (that which is plucked), 
T Geu. 8: 11. 

nD"ID f. — I. any thing torn. — II. 
animal torn by a wild beast. 

KvS~)D Ch., p. n., a people so called, 
Ezr. 4:9; LXX. Tap<pa\a7oi. 



HfcO desired, longed for, with ?. 
HfrO with p it becometh, Jer. 10: 7 
"ll&O'same as 1K\ 
i|ni«5 Ni P h - ^t. pi., from JTIK. 
H^TX* (whom the Lord hears), p. n of 

a man. 
}PI*J?K* (contr. in*JT\ iTO?*), p. n. of 

t :- -:- t:-:' t:-: 

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T^ 1 ' (the Lord enlightens, 'laeipoc;), 
p. n. of a man; patron, HW* 



^ 



fc^ I. same as TlX- Niph. TOm«h 

- T -T L " 

foolish. — II. same as >1X- Hiph. 

^Kirt (fut. b$VV— I. undertook, 

began, with inf. — 2. was willing, 

contented. 
hvb, h&] Hiph. fut. apoc, from r6tf- 
^,(^1 Hiph. fut. apoc, from II. h$\ 
"!«} Hiph. fut. apoc, ifc* Niph. fut., 

T from -ft*. 
1&0 Kal fut., from Tltf. 

T 

i^S ? liS\ m., a ri??er, specially the 
Nile; pi. D'H&O rivers. 

£/$5v . Niph. ^Xli wo* hopeless, des- 
perate, with |p ; part. ^X'lU des- 
perate, m yain. Pi. inf. £ > X > 
rendered hopeless, Ecc. 2:20. 

n»K>$0 p. n. of a man. 

!)n*^&0 (Two-irtc) p.n. of a man. 

HK}, n«*l Kal fut. apoc, ^gjjfl fut. 
pi., *J*nfcO fut. with suff.; see 

HriS? p.n. of a man (same as "OfiX). 
S^l"' Hiph. fut. apoc; see K13- 
*3fcjK* for tytih) Kal fut. pi. with suff. ; 
"' see Xi2- 

M*. Pi. 33? cried out, Jud. 5 : 28. 
33V p. n. — I. of a people in Arabia 
Felix. — II. of a king of Edom. — • 
III. of a man. 
b\ U*l 2 Ki. 12 : 12, for *6»1 Kal 

1' T- . T- 

fut. ; see XI 3. 

D-13? p. n. of the Canaanitish inha- 
bitants of Jerusalem ; *D-13* 
Jebusite. 

;>-13? produce ; see ?3\ 

B^y h'al fut., from ^'"12. 

ini 11 (chosen of the Lord), p. n. of a man. 



P3" 1 p. n. of two Canaanitish kings. 
^T, ^3*1 Kal fut. apoc; see PI33- 

/J t . Hiph. ^"Qin bare, carried, led. 

Hoph. 73-1H was borne, carried, led. 
bl\ Ch. Aph. hy»T\ bring, Ez. 5: 14; 

'6:5. 
bm m. (with suff. nSl3\ rfen»).—I. 

produce (of the earth, &c.)— II. 

provision, wealth. 
>13 m. — I. produce, increase. — II. 

name of a month 1 Ki. 6 : 38, the 

eighth of the calendar, answering 

to our October. 
>13E» m. flood of Noah, deluge, 
73* 1 m. — T. stream of voter. — II. p. n, 

of a son of Lamech. 
73V com. (lit. a protracted note or 

sound), the Jubilee, a feast of the 

Jews announced by the sounding 

of horns; fcfrrj JW and by the 

year of Jubilee. 
bn-V m.— I. canal, Jer. 17 : 8.— II. 

p. n. of a son of Lamech. 
73-1X ?3X m., a river, canal, Dan. 

T 8:2, 3,6. 
Thy f., issue, running disease, Lev. 

22 : 22 ; Vulg. papulas habens. 

?3fi f., same as |"1N. — I. the world, 
the earth, specially the inhabited 
nart of it. — II. the world's inhabi- 
tants, mankind. 
DVp3^ p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Manasseh. 

DH^ m. husband's brother; D3\ Pi. 
marry the brother's wife; see Deu. 
25 : 5, 7. 
nPZP f. (with suff. iflDl?) brother's 
wife; one married to her husband's 
brother. 



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PNJ33* p. n., two towns in the tribes of 

Judah and Naphtali. 
FU3* p. n. of a town of the Philistines, 

'la/xvia, 'ictfiveia. 
IT33* p. n. of a man. 

t : : • r 

\>3,\ p.n. of a brook which runs into 

the river Jordan. 
■inj3Tl* {blessed of the Lord), p.n. of 

a man. 
D^S* p. n. of a man. 

#3* (inf. const. BQ* ; fut. BO".; pi. 

•IKO^) was or became dry, arid. 
Pi/ $3* dry up. Hiph. B^lin. 
— I. dry up, make to wither. — II. 
was ashamed, confounded ; see 

B>3» m., r\U}y f.— I. dry.— II. p. n. of 

•• t t •• : . 

a town in Gilead; called also W2*- 

' " T 

— III. p. n. of a man. 

n&21, r\&& f., dry land, 
rfefal f. Ch., the same. 
]"fe* f., dried, Gen. 8:7. 
in#2±, -IH^l for -W3"! Pi. fut. 

with suff. ; see C^l' 1 - 
p#2\ Kal inf. const.; see BO»- 
7K3* {the Lord redeemeth), p. n. of a 
man. 

■J J same as 3-1 3 ploughed; part. 

D > 331 1 ' ploughmen. 
33* m. pi., Q*33* ploughed lands, Jer. 

39:10. 
H33* with PI parag. nn33'' p. n. of a 

town in the tribe of Gad. 
•in V^l^. &t the Lord be magnified),]), n. 

of a man. 

iU t . Niph. part. !"I3-13 pained (perhaps 
cast out). Pi. 7]$\ afflict, pain, 
Lam. 3:33. Hiph. ilS'in.— I. af- 
flicted. — II. removed, 2 Sa. 20: 13. 



n|!, nag for ni«3 pi. fut., from rm 

113* m., affliction, grief. 

HMD f., sorrow, grief. 
"VI 3* (*7te Lord dwelleth there), p.n. of a 

town in the tribe of Judah. 
v3* p. n. of a man. 

hv, hg\ Hiph. fut. apoc. ; see n?3. 

Vil (fut. VV]; pi. flfjm fo&owr to 
weariness; with 3 and?, be wearied. 
Pi- VI? fatigue, cause to labour to 
weariness. Hiph. JTiin same as 
Pi. with 3. 

JJ3* m., wearying, wearied. 

V*3* const, y*3* m. — I. wearied, fa- 
tigued. — II. labour. — III. the fruit 
of labour, wealth. 

VV m., wealth, Job 20: 18. 

ny*!!* f., hard labour, exertion, Ecc. 
T 12:12. 

I J. m. Ch., Aeap of stones, Gen. 
31:47. 
Tj; Niph. fut., from T>2. 

• 

iy (pret. JPP3*, s fi"}3*), /ear, 6e a/raid 
V, with ^SD. 
"13 * m., fearing, afraid of. 

I t com., generally f. (const. T; with 
suff. *T, D3T; dual D*T> »T, 
const. H*. with suff. VT, D3*T). 
—I. hand; with DJJ, flfc? assik, 
aid; with ?X, 3 /land against, 
afflicting, troubling; with ?y upon 
him, inspiring, strengthening. — II. 
power, spirit or word of God, 
1 Sa. 5:11, &c— III. with prep. 
-P3 same as 3; T^, T ?JJ, 

H* ?& T ^. T "$? at hand, 
near. — IV. space, place; ~7>JJ £^K 
IT 1 et>ery wan in Ms place.- — V. 
memorial, monument, 1 Sa. 15:12; 



/ 



T ( 1 

2 Sa. 18:18. — VI. by means of. 
PI. n'nj; const. nilV— 1. tenons 
of planks. — II. axletrees of wheels, 
1 Ki. 7:32, 33. — III. arms of a 
thrdhe, I Ki. 10:19. Used with 
pref. 1*2 with (1T2 mnM Wro). %> 
/>e/or«, against; 1*h, H^D /row, 
owf of: 1v l* Aaw<i w* /uzruZ, a? 

* t; t 

striking a bargain, Pro. 11:21. 
1* com. Ch., hand. 
KI* put forth; see Pfl\ 

NT.. KT.1 fut - a P° c -; see n Ni. 

H?8T p. n. of a place in the tribe of 

Zebulun. 
^21* p. n. of a man. 

t : • r 

*T"!\ same as 1-11 ZoveJ. 

— r" 

l*!* m., beloved, specially of God's 

children; pi. f., nil*!*. 
11* p. n. of a man. 
flT'T p. n. of the mother of king 

t • : 

Josiah. 
n-VPT f., love, Jer. 12:7. 
IVTT beloved of the Lord, a title of 

Solomon. 

nn\ — l.put forth (as casting stones). 
— II. uttering praise; imp. pi. -11) 
they cast at her, Jer. 50 : 14. Pi. cast 
stones or lots ; fut. ^51; inf. fill*. 

Hiph. rnin (fut. nii\ rrjtaj; 

with suff.^l'lK, tijjlrilj), recount, 

commemorate (God's mercies, with 
?V) 5 praise, celebrate, with p. Hith. 
nilfiH become known, with ?JJ 
and ?. 
XT Ch. Aph. praise, celebrate. 
rnin f. — I. confession. — II. praise, 
thanksgiving. — III. company of per- 
sons giving thanks. 
•IT, -II**, for -ll***,. Pi. fut. ; see m\ 
031*. |3T; seel*, with suff. 



04 ) in* 

tf*P Kal fut.; pi. HW; see DDL 
11-11* p. n. — I. the patriarch Judah. 
— II. Aftei*wards applied to the 
kingdom of the house of David. 
— III. Ultimately to the whole of 
Palestine. — IV. p. n. of a man. 
1-11* Ch., the Jews, the kingdom of 
-Judah. 

H-inv (pi. d*i-ii*. D*n*n?).— i. a 

Jew; f. 1*11* Jewess; fi*l-11* adv. 
t • •.. : : 

Hebrew, the Hebrew tongue. — II. 
p. n. of a man. 
ll*fil. Hith. became a Jew. 
*lil* Ch., a Jew. 
fi*l-ll*; see *1-11* p. n. of a wife of 

Esau. 
11* p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Dan. 
1*11^1 p. n. of a man. 
•11*1111 p. n. of a man. 
pi* p. n. of a man. 
JJ-11* p. n. of a man. 
|-inVP, |-inT, |-irVT p. n. of a Levite 
skilled in music; probably also a 
musical instrument invented by 
him. 
*1* p. n. of a man. 

i*i\ 11*1*, nn*i*, i*i*i* ; seen*. 

1*1* p. n. of a man. 

'N^T P- n - °f a son °f Benjamin. 

*)?T p. n. of a son of Nahor. 

JTT (fut. n W*i inf. abs. $1*; 
const. nj*l; with suff. IfiJH; imp. 

n .n^I part. niCW; f- 

nj?*!^"). — I. perceive, become in- 
formed, aware of, feel. — II. know 
carnally. — III. recognise, acknow- 
ledge. — IV . regard ; part. JJ1* wise ; 
JJ-11* noted, illustrious. Niph. JJlfa 
known, apparent, recognised. Pi 



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part 



DV 



yv mude to know. Pu 
yn^D known, familiar. Po. y*TP 
declared, indicated. Hiph. SP*!" 1 '"' 
(imp. iniri; fut. SFlVj apoc. 
jnh*), ma/i6' known, show, confess, 
inform, teach. Hoph. yilH was, 
made known. Hith. ymnn mflrfs 
himself known; with 7&. 

y*V Ch., Anow, understand, perceive; 
fut. SH^V Hoph. SH-in matte known, 
taught. 

JH m., pi. D^JH ^ knowledge, science, 

njjn f., pi. riiy?. j opinion. 

njH f., knowledge, science, opinion. 

VT p.n. of a man. 

TVT. P- n - °f a man. 

♦3jTl'." m. (pi. D*0'yT), false prophet, 
soothsayer. 

V^ft, yiJ? m - — !• knowledge, expe- 
rience. — II. mind. 

y-HP adv. interrog., why then ? why 
indeed ? 

y^P m. Ch. — I. knowledge. — II. in- 
telligence. 

yTiD m., familiar, friend. 

nyiiTD f., the same. 
np&'T Pi. fut. with H parag. ; see 

rP one of the names of God; probably 
an abbreviation of HIPP- 

T 

nn 1. give, allow. — II. appoint, place; 
imper. 3H; with H parag. HIlll; 

f. »anj pi. -inn- 

■ T * T 

2iV Ch., «-ire, place. Ith. was gwn 
HIT m., burden; with suff. ^pm Ps. 

55:23. 
D^nan m. pi., gifts, Hos. 8: 13. 

'"nn* p.n. of a man. 

tUh) for -liT fut. apoc. pi., from HIH- 

6M!"P p.n.; see nin. 



13im Ch. Aph. fut.; seel3«- 

rnim for itiV Hiph. fut. ; see ht. 
■wnj/rrpnj, n-im, rpTirp; see pit 

mi"P the most sacred and unalienable 

t ; 

name of God; see mil- 
]PV})T\) for fflfa Hiph. fut.; see W* 1 - 
»tT, \T1 fut. apoc; see iTTI- 

•l^^m.' f or -iW^ Hiph. fut.; see ^V 

TjiTCh. fut.; see^j-in. 

^m for bnK? Pi. fut.; see ^PIK- 

In m., haughty, vain. 
D^iV; seeD^n- 

|-VDm fut. pi. with 3 parag. ; see tTD?\- 
r*'i "nyn! P- n. of a city of Moab. 
•"J?nn^ Pi. fut. pi. with dag. euphon. 

see'pnn. 

HP p. n. of a son of Issachar. 

nn'V; see 21*. 

^, hlV ; see ^. 

fe'P Eze.42:5, for fex;, Hoph. fut.; 

see^DK- 
Pilh'V for nnVv part, f.; see 1^. 

Ui m. — I. day; DPH this day, to- 
day, now; D"P2 this very day, im- 
mediately; DPS with inf. on the 
day, when; DP3 now, at present; 
n-TH D"P3 as it is at this day ; 
DVftfrom the day since; DP DP, 
DP3 DV, DP2 DP3 daily ; dual 
D?PV two days; pi. D^p 11 , const. 
^D), sometimes r\)D) days, many 
days; D*»jp, D^pj fj?D after 
many days, some days, some time 
after; a>»> Vhjh i. e. nT an 
entire month; y> D^nJt^ two whole 
years. — II. duration, time; *PP*P 
so long as thou livest; 'Q D^jTPa 
all his days; D^P^S !tf2 advanced 
in years. — III. anniversary ; D S P*P 
8 



DV 



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W 



PIO^ annually, DW the 
same/jud. 17:10; 0*0} nij on- 
rjwcd sacrifice. 

D'V m. Ch., day, pmod. 

DDV adv., % day. 

T 

jV p. n. JVwan the founder of the 
" reeks, lonians ; D^VH \3| 
Ionians, Greeks. 

JV wire, c/ay. 

JV.m. (const, ft; with suff. s ^).--l- 
^jne. — 11. intoxication. 

PlJV f. (pi- D^V).— 1. Awe.— 11. p. ri. 

of a prophet; see also in H^- 

py\\ npiV; see py- 

CjDV, t$\T\\ (from ?]DK or f]p*). — 1. 
p. n. Joseph, the son of Israel, 
'lw<r»)f — 11. given afterwards spe- j 
daily to the tribes of his sons, and 
generally to the kingdom of Israel. , 
—111. p. n. of a man. 
rPSpV p. n. of a man. j 

rrittyV P- nof a man * 
n^'V for nS^V part.f.; see K^ 
-f\\ ~\V) Hiph- fut. apoc ; see iTV. 
fcOV Pro. H :25 {shall be watered), for 
nVT Hoph. fut., see ITf!; or for 
rrjy Hoph. fut., see iTf- 
m)\ Hi 11 teac/i; see m*- 
ipn 2^-V {confirming mercy), p. n. of 

a man. 
rTa^i' 1 (Me Lord confirmeth), p.n. of a 

man. 
n^i* 1 p. n. of a man. 
TVWP p.n. of a man. 

Vni\nin'V; see-in 1 '- 

tfty&P Jer. 22:23, for nSPV, part, t 

' with * parag. ; see 2W- 
T\ t*, t?!i H Kal fut. apoc; see Pin 
t!» t*l Hiph. fut. apoc. ; see PIT3* 



^T. P- n - of a man " 
r\V Niph. fut.; see Pint- 

n'-r p. n. of a man. 

nttvT p- u - ot a mau - 

•IDT* for *OV Kal fut. pi.; see DOT- 
\\\ {Arab, weighed, was heavy). Pu. 
part. D'O-'PP appointed, accoutred 
for war (of" horses), Jer. 5 : 8, Kri. 

rnr, njnSp; see nit- 

yr # m., sweat, Eze. 44 : 18. 

T, "IT 5 ! Kal fut. apoc; see "I-1T- 

^jnr P ,n ' ; see * nT ' 

hit (fut. ico Mni<e » be as one ' with 

" ntf, 2- Pi- ^D^. M«*' e i make as one > 

Ps. 86: 11. 
TIT m., solitary one, only one; f. 

I n? n V 

I in' 1 m., wmon, 1 Chron. 12: 17 ; adv. 

I "—Las one.— 11. singly, at once. 

I — -III. wholly, entirely, together; 

I Virp V s ! rP- the same; the pron. 

t : -' t : - 
is a pleonasm. 

■qn\ "TO Kal fut. apoc; see mil- 
in* for in^ Hiph. fut.; see Tin- 
nn^ (united), p. n. of a man. 
W^.T {united with God), p. n. of i 

man. 
.in^in 1 ' [united to the Lord), p.n. c 
a man. 

h^\DH> njtn* p.n. ; see mn. 
^EJjp. n&iiE, *ns|5ji p - "• ; st 

»Wp fut. pi. with 3 parag.; see HTr 
i n*1tn* p. n. of a man. 

IVftfin^ ?kw p-n-; see n,,n ' " n- 

I *H\ *H*1 fut. apoc. ; see HTl- 
| jfprP Hiph. fut. with suff. | — for | 
because of the pause ; see nnn 



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W; see 1PP 

7"', Pi. ?PI\ — I. hope for, expect, 
wait. — 11. cause to hope, with p 
b$. Hiph. ^niil same as Pi., with 

?* ^bS. NipL bnu (fut. ^nj*) 

same as Pi. 
^fT 1 he will begin ; ?[T he will play, 
Hiph. fut. ; see ppH. 
pTV m., one waiting, Lam. 3 : 26. 
^N^PP p. n. of one of the sons of 

' Zebulon ; patron. VN?n*. 
IpT]'' Pi. pret. pi. with dag. euphon., 
from ?rP. 
npn'in f., expectation, hope. 

OH I (fut. DPI*, Dm; pi. -lonji; f. 

Pl^jpPH). — 1- oe * n nea t (f° r sexual 

intercourse) : hence, — II . conceive. 

— III. be hot with anger. Niph. 

part. pi. m. D^TprtD heated with 

idol worship, Isa. 57:5. Pi. (inf. 

DIV ; pret. f. with suff. *?0»fV) 

conceived. 
IDJE for -lOPP Pi. pret. pi., from DPP- 
H30n\ Gen. 30 :38. for PtJDPinKalfut. 

t ; - •• t : - •• 

pi. f., from DPP- 
nftPI, const. PlftPI f. — I. heat. — II. an- 
ger, fury. — III. venom of noxious 
creatures, Deut. 32 :33. 
NOPJ, SDPJ f. Ch., heat, anger. 
*pPP p.n. of a man. 
"l-IDPJ* gazelle; see "IftPI. 
»3npiT for *3nDPjJ Pi. pret. f. with suff. , 

see DPP- 
JPP, fPW Kal fut. apoc; see PI3PI. 
^3PI* for ?pPP Kal fut. with suff. ; see 

"PR- 
JVDPP fut. pi. with 3 parag.; see PlDPI- 

HM m., barefooted. 

^Vni^NPyrP p.n. of a man.; ^XVPIV 



IPl* same as 1PJK tarrying, 2 Sa. 20: 
5; fut. Wl; pn'VI Kri Hiph. 
fut. Ch.; see "1PJN)-' 

ID*, IPJfl Kal fut. apo T c; see miT 

^D_ m -> generation, family ; "1QD 
^PPPI register of descent, Neh. 7:5. 

J^rVPlPl- Hiph. freing-, becoming re- 
gistered (as to pedigree) ; diro- 
ypcupiaQai; inf. s., registration. 

PlPP Kal fut. pi. -IftPP with dag. euphon.; 
see P1P0- Niph. fut.; see PlPlPI- 

D*. PJU, TD»1 Kal. fut. apoc; see HDJ- 

D*j B»1 Hiph. fut. apoc; see PID3. 

3^ same as 2)D (fut. 3B" 2P*, 
*'Zltp*'jR) be or s^em, good, happy ; 
with? if was weW with him; with 
*3*^3l, *?.£/ it seemed good to him; 
with 27 was glad (did the heart 

good). " Hiph. n*p*n (fut. n*t?v.. 

n^P*, n*p**) do good, well to; 
r\)X~b PDt?*PJ thou hast rightly 
seen, Jer. 2:12; \lrf? 3*D*P sftiWei 
in music; with7tf, 7, DJ?; inf. 
SEPPI adv. u>e//, rightly. 

2P* Ch., was good, happy; with ?J7 
t£ pleased him. 

np^P m., good, choice, best. 

POP* p.n. of a place. 

PirUE* p. n. of a station of the Is- 

T T : T r 

raelites in the desert. 
Pit9\ PID-1* p. n. of a city in the tribe 

of Judah. 
TID* p.n. of a son of Ishmael and of 

the people descended from him. 

the ltureans. 
jn** for W. Kal fut.; see J?T- 
3*5* f o r 3*9V. Hiph. fut ; see ntt 
W** for W** Hiph. fut.; see ?7*. 
}.**"; 'see m." 



DV 



Tn^D' 1 annually; 

same," Jud. 17:10; WD) rin? an- 

nual sacrifice. 
DV m. Ch., day, period. 
DOV adv., by day. 

T 

|V p. n. J nvan the founder of the 
"reeks, lonians ; D^VH \J| 
lonians, Greeks. 

|V wire, cZay. 

P.m. (const. |V.; with suff. *?»).— 1. 
H^ne. — 11. intoxication. 

HJV f- (pi- D^V).— 1. dorc — 11. p. n. 
of a prophet; see also in Pl3*- 

py\\ nj?.^; see pa*. 

C^DV, Piping (from 5\DK or*|D*). — 1. 
p. n. J<wep/i, the son of Israel, 
»lwff»)0.— II. given afterwards spe- 
cially to the tribes of his sons, and j 
generally to the kingdom of Israel. , 

HI. p. n. of a man. 

rPQpV p- n. of a man. j 

n$K$* p.n. of a man. 
T\iv for nKS'V part.f.; see «¥*• 
*Vl*, nVl Hipn. fut. apoc ; see PIT. 
fcO)* Pro. 11 :25 {shall be watered), for | 
n)y Hoph. fut., see HI"); or for j 
nnVHoph. fut., see PPV- 
niV, "HI* teach; see HI*- 
"Ipn HK>-*i* (confirming mercy), p. n. of 

a man. 
n>n^V (Me ^d confirmelh), p.n. of a 

man. 
ntJJi'' p. n. of a man. 
tVWf* p.n. of a man. 

nnv, nini>; see -in*. 

>FD$*,* Jer. 22:23, for D^V, part. t. 

' withVparag.; see !$*• 
V, T\ )% H Kal fut. apoc; see PITS- 
T\ T*l Hiph. fut. apoe.; see HT3- 



( 106 ) W 

□"»»*^ the i 'W' p. n. of a man 

• t: ". •!_. ... 



1 



Pl-T* Niph. fut.; see PIPIT- 

PP-T* p. n. of a man. 

PlK*bP p. n- of a man. 

•IDT*' for XB>Y Kal fut. pi.; see DDT- 

:|t T 

JT 1 . (Arab, weighed, was heavy). l J u. 
part. D'O-TIP appointed, accoutred 
for war (of* horses), Jer. 5 : 8, Kri. 

n;^ *n;3E; see njj]g! 
rnr» njrnr.j see nhv 

yr. m., steeflt, Eze. 44 -.18. 
TJ? nt*1 Kal fut. apoc; see "AT- 
b^JT!?* P-n.; see JTIT- 
*"|)T (fut. 1PT) unite, to; as one, with 
" PlK, ?• Pi- "ID* unite, ma&e as one, 

Ps. 86:11. 
T>n* m., solitary one, only one; 1 

I rrynv 

I nri* m., union, 1 Chron. 12: 17 ; adv. 

"—I. as one.— II. singly, at once. 

—III. wholly, entirely, together; 

! Vtn*. Tin* the same; the pron. 

t : -' t : - 
is a pleonasm. 

^Pl*. ^n*! Kal fut. apoc; see PHPl- 

'IPI* for "1PP Hiph. fut.; see Tin- 

tort! (united), p. n. of a man. 

W^. n - (H'"' e(i »•** Go ^' P- n * ° f * 

man. 
•IPI^n* {united to the Lord), p.n. of 

a man. 
^ptCEi njlO! p.n.; see PlTPI. 

| tefcfn*, rijplir, sin;r?TDV p- n - : sec 
| "pVn. 

i Mpjpji fut. pi. with 3 parag.; see rttn. 
I Pl^lft P- n> of a man ' 

pgrtrp;, W in * p-n-; see n*n, **n- 

I in*', *H*1 fut. apoc. ; see PlTI- 
| ji)*n*'kiph. fut. with suff. |T f» r |T 
because of the pause; see nrtrt- 



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1»PIJ; see IIT 

/n\ Pi. ?n\ — I. hope for, expect, 
wait. — II. cause to hope, with ? 
"?N. Hiph. S>nin same as Pi., with 

?*yp?. Niph. Snia (fut. ^nj*) 

same as Pi. 
PIT A<? will begin ; ?PP he will play, 
Hiph. fut. ; see 7?l"l. 
? ,, ^ , m., o»e waiting, Lam. 3 : 26. 
*?iOrP p. n. of one of the sons of 

' Zebulon ; patron. v&S?n*. 
)pr\i Pi. pret. pi. with dag. euphon., 
from br\\ 
n?n'in f., expectation, hope. 

OIT (fut. an\, D|T; pi. -lonji; f. 

n^pn^. — I. be in heat (for sexual 
intercourse) : hence, — II . conceive. 
— III. be hot with anger. Niph. 
part. pi. m. Q^DrO heated with 
idol worship, Isa. 57:5. Pi. (inf. 
DfT ; pret. f. with suff. *Jn»IT) 
conceived. 

•lOfT for -1£rp Pi. pret. pi., from tiW- 

r\:6n\ Gen. 30 :38. for m»nnKaifut. 
pi. f., from Dn* 1 - 
HJOn, const, npn f. — l.heat. — II. an- 
ger, fury. — III. venom of noxious 
creatures, Deut. 32 :33. 
SOn, K»n f. Ch., heat, anger. 
'•DIT p.n. of a man. 

TIDIT gazelle; see Iftn. 

^nftrr for *3nDnj Pi. pret. f. with suff. , 
see Di~P- 

IT.. }n*5 KaJ fut. apoc; see PI2n. 

1311* for TprT Kal fut. with suff. ; see 

: pn. 

p s DIT fut. pi. with 3 parag.; see HDII. 

*|rV m., barefooted. 

h**r?J?W£ni p.n. of a man.; ^KyiT. 



IPP same as "IPIK tarrying, 2 Sa. 20: 
"5; fut. "in^i; (inin Kri Hiph. 
fut. Ch.; see "inK)-' 
niT, nn^. Kal fut. apo T c; see mil- 

L^n_ m., generation, family; 1QD 
£'ITn register of descent, Neh. 7 : 5. 

blTnn- Hiph. being, becoming re- 
gistered (as to pedigree) ; a7ro- 
ypaiptaOai; inf. s., registration. 

fin* Kal fut.pl.-lFirV with dag. euphon.; 
see nrU- Niph. fut.; see riflf!- 

D*. P,^ "D»3 Kal. fut. apoc; see ilDJ. 

B*, D*1 Hiph. fut. apoc; see HDl 

3fcD* same as n'lD (fut. 3D"., 3B* f 
"•Iip^JR) 6e or seem, good, happy ; 
with? it was well with him; with 
*0 , ^3i, 'OS/ it seemed good to him; 
with j? was glad (did the heart 

good). " Hiph. n^n (fut. nnp« 

2^p>, Hp«J do g-ood, we// to; 
nhK")b nad^n thou hast rightly 
seen, Jer. 2:12; \l& 2*D»D skilled 
in music; with?K, ?, ^5 m ^- 
ID^n adv. we//, rightly. 

Htpi Ch., was good, happy; with ?JJ 
i/ pleased him. 

2W12 m., good, choice, best. 

n^P" 1 p.n. of a place. 

finite p. n. of a station of the Is- 

T T : T r 

raelites in the desert. 
i"lt3\ nDV p. n. of a city in the tribe 

of Judah. 
"Vlt^ p.n. of a son of Ishmael and of 

the people descended from him. 

the ltureans. 
jn?> for JTP Kal fut.; see JH*« 
3*9" for 3n?V. Hiph. fut ; see ID 
W" for W" Hiph. fut.; see 9?>. 

\:i; "see m.' 



*r 



S|« Kalfut. apoc; see PIB\ 

1J2, 1 Sa. 4:13. for T Ziand. 

W, 1|»1 Hiph.fut. apoc; see HD2- 

'inSD 1 Pi. fut.with suff. and D epenth; 

see T2D- 
iSJjto* for !|33?i^ Pit- ft*- with suff - ; 

see |-13- 
riD\ Hiph. n*?in.— I. show, evince. 

T II. convince, chastise, punish, with 

ny, bx, n«. Hoph. nD-in-toas 

reproved, Job 33 : 19- Niph. PQfo 
6e contending. Hith. nSIOD same 
as Niph., with DJJ Mic. 6:2. 
nnp'in f., reproof, punishment. 

i-iroin f. (with suff. wpta ■, pi. 

n'insiPl). — 1. argument.— II. re- 
?>^oo/, punishment. 
PP* 1 p. n.; see |-13- 

^(fut.'pDV; inf. abs.Vn;; const. 

T rf?b*) capaMe o/, egnaZ fo, any 

action, so as to succeed, prevail, 

overcome, with 7« 

73\ T^.Qh. (part. 1 ??:, y?Jl ft*. 

' ?3n,' { ??-V) was able, prevailed, 

overcame, 
nhy, wh^ {the Lord who prevail- 
T 'e T th), pVn.,' the mother of king 
Uzziah. 
hlW p. n. of a man. 
by Kal fut. apoc; see H73. 
73> Ch. fut.; see ?3*- 
J-fo s . inf. const.; see 73*- 
HW'p.n.j see fl#Tl\ in mil- 
!J^D^., Ex. 15:5, for fo^S. EL f u fc - 

'"'with suff.; see HDD- 
n?\ W3; for rD-V, -IFD-V Hoph. fut.; 

see nn3- 
m3! for -1PD!, W3J Hiph. fut. pi. ; see 

: nna- 



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pS\n7 T (fut. nfe ^.; «*■ abs 

" T iV, n*f?; const, rvij, n?j with 
suff. nnn 1 ?).— i- bring forth.— u. 

beget (part. rVJjfc mother). Niph. 
-6*13 (fat. ^5?), w<« bom - pi - 
iV 'iitimg- to bring forth, Ex. 
1:16; part. n*l?lP midwife; pi. 

nnfcp- Pu-^fc ^ M,tt5 6om ' 

tliph. 'ityil cause to bring" /for**, 

produce, beget. Hoph. inf. n*l?IJ, 

ni^n 6e 6om; t^j n"T?n dv 

nyiS Pharaoh's birthday, Gen. 
40:20. Hith. 1?!fln recorded in 
the genealogies as begotten, Nu. 
1:18. 
171 m., son, progeny. 
171 m., the same, 
^i m — i. lad, youth, child.— II. 

young of beasts, Isa. 11:7. 
T'7' 1 m., offering, son; IV3 "Tv* 

household slave. 
"PI?* m., offspring, son. 
niS" 1 f., g"w*Z, female child. 
n H$i f.__i. fcirtfc, Ps. 110:3. — II. 

yottffr, Ecc 11:9, 10. 
mVlD p. n. of a town in the tribe 

TT 

of Judah. 
j-n^D f. (pi. nn?to).— L nativity, 
"birth.— ,11. birth-place.— III. p«r*>n 

^ orn> — iv. relatives, members of 

the same family. 
T^'lD p. n. of a man. 
iV'in p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Simeon; same as *T7lfi7£- 
T\\*h\n f. pi-— I- birth' Ex. 28: 10.— 

li. posterity. — III. history; "IDD 

nnVin genealogy, Gen. 2:4; 6:9. 
P7" p. n. of a man. 
•ir^ Rabbinical, for H*?*, Hiph. fut. 

pi. ; see 147- 



* 



13^ Hiph. fut. pi.; see II. flfr. 

^J? 1 w;c//A; see ^]?n- 

7?\ Hiph.^n (fut.^« W" 

?v*n*), «?a^, AotH, cry, mourn. 

V?? m., howling, Deu. 32: 10. 

nft>' const., n?7^ f., wailing, la- 
t t : " t • 

meriting. 
DvVin m. pi., Mose who cause to 
lament, Ps. 137:3. 
f? s Kal fut. apoc. in pause for p" 1 ; see 

$ /I retain, hold, Pro. 20:25. 

n^/^ f., itching scurvy, Lev. 21 : 20 ; 

22:22. 
p7^ m., a hairy, winged locust. 
IMpfr* iag"; see Dp 1 ?- 
D\ const. "D\ C" 1 m.— I. Me s-erz.— II. 

t' iT 

any great /afte. — III. any large 
river; pi. D^!; S'Vljn a»n 
or ii"in^n the Mediterranean, i.e. 



( 109 ) SO* 

'rkw for $!?& Pi. fut.; see fc6». 
^/>P* p.n.of a prince of the Simeonites. 

|D\ Hiph. |*p*n taAe *Ae rig-M Aand 
or southward. 

pPJ m. — I. Me right side, hand, leg, 
eye ; 13*P* *1* /m rig-Af hand ; 
|>P> ^, pbjD, |*D*p with b and 
suff., |*p* a£ Me rtg-A* fcaTOd;"l*p*, 
]Wb, pbjn ^K to, towards Me 
rigTif. — II. south; "ppVO south- 
ward of anywhere. — III. p. n. of 
a man. 

Hip"! p. n. of a son of Asher. 

*3D* m., n*3»* f., rig-AJ Aand, side, &-c. 

•t; ■ t ; * a y 

*3*P? a Benjamin; see j*P*321 in PUS 

jft*PI lit. rigTif (because a man facing 

the rising of the sun would have his 

hand to the south). — I. Me south. 

— II. Me south wind; (""OOTO 

T T " 

towards the south. — III. p. n. of a 
city and district of the Edomites; 
"ODTI a Temantte. 



Western Sea: hence Q* Me west; JJ3D? p. n. of a man. 



D* 1 rm Me west wind; np^ west- 

ward; S*Dfrom the west; ? D*?0 
t • : t ■ 

from the west of a district; "T)X3 
D* sea (that is western) quarter; 
n^ilpn Q* brazen sea, a large 
vessel for ablution in the temple 
of Solomon. 

?tf-1Ei s . p.n. of a son of Simeon. 

JYIO?, D*P* days; see D*l*- 

HP 1 !, npfl Kal fut. apoc; see HilD- 

Q 1 ^ m. pi., Gen. 36:24, perhaps hot 

springs; Vnlg. aquae calidae. 
HD*P* p. n. of one of Job's daughters. 
)*»*, *|}*p* rig-A* AamJ; see ]&■ 
S?D\ r6?5* p. n. of the father of Mi- 

t : • t : • r 

caiah the prophet. 



■IS SB* 

: It • 



Niph. fut. pi.; see 



Hit®! for 

lD r same as^l-UD- Hiph. I^P^H change, 
exchange, Jer. 2 : 1 1 . Hith. "lp*rin 
ye shall obtain rule, Isa. 61:6 (like 
Arab, word for com manded; whence 
" Emir"— Lee). 

"IP* for "HP? {was bitter) fut.; see 
" Tip. 

mp^ p. n. of a man. 

yri®> for ynQ& Kal fut. pi. with 
suff.; see "IBS- 

Wt2)\ same as K^D. Hiph. imp. 
h&Vn Kri, *3B>P»n Ketib, lei 
me grope, feel, Jud. 16:26. 

f&O* Syr. for f frO* Hiph. fut. ; see fJO 



TV 



( 112 ) 



NT 



wealth, treasure (acquired by fa- 
tigue). 

}*V. T (f ut - *W) a< lvi se , admonish, coun- 
sel self or others, with ?]}_, ?N • part. 
yVV counsellor. Niph. fJTlb be ad- 
vised, counselling, consulting, with 
n«, T>K, D#. Hithp. -I^JV same 
as Niph. 
ilVJJ const. nVJ? f-, counsel; HVJJS 

deliberately ; see also nT>J 
nyyift f., pi. nWj/lE counsels, devices. 

2pV.l, T]2pP_ p. n.; see 3pJ>- 

|gj£; se'e flJE^ja. 

'A. m - — '• honey-comb (const. 1"!"^). 
— II. wood,forest ; mjT £o thewood; 

pi.Dn^, tyi\y\, nhjf* — m.p.n.: 

tDHBN ")JT growe of Ephraim ; 
D^"1(X7* 2l21f? a cit y in tne trib e of 
Judah; PlTI "IJP Me wood of 
Hereth in the tribe of Judah. 

-JT, lyj] Hiph. fut.; see "Vip. 
n"UP same as rnjJirV p.n. of a man. 
D ,| 3")N 'HJ^ {thickets, perhaps abbre- 
viated "i^) p. n. of a man. 

rP&H^ p. n. of a man. 

^V.l p.n. of a man. 

^TO P- n - of a m an. 
HHD^ (the Lord redeemeth), p. n. of a 
man. 

"!^ t (fut. HB^, e|«l) was /aw-, oea^i- 

ful. Pi. beautified, Jer. 1 0:4. Pul. 

mD > S ,> was wry beautiful. Hith. 

beautify oneself. 
HSJ const. HB^ m.; HB} const. flB^ 

f., beautiful, excellent. 
13*,fcOB* p.n.,/op/>a, a celebrated port 

on the Mediterranean, 'loicirn. 
*B? m. (with pause *3*; with sufF. 

VBJ), beauty, excellence. 



n'BTIB^ f., very beautiful, Jer.46:20 
JVB*B» Pul., Ps.45:3, from PIS*. 



• T ; T 



(™IS T same as Pi-IB- Hith. teas panting 

in agony, Jer. 4:31. 
n^ m. — I. breathing out. — II. pant 

ing after, longing for. 
u?B* p.n. of a man; patron. HD^BV 
H3B* p.n. of the father of Caleb and 

others. 

yS,. Hiph.JTBin exhibit brilliancy, 
shine forth. 
njJB^ f., beauty, brilliancy, Eze. 28: 

T 7,17. 
J^B* p. n. — I. of a town in the tribe 
of Zebulun. — II. of a man. 
"lB^ Hiph. fut. apoc. ; see mB. 
FIB^ Hiph. fut apoc. ; see iinB- 

JlS root not used. 

~ T, 

flBID m. — I. sign, wonder. — II. in- 
timation, portent [tvttoc). 
riBI p.n., Japheth, son of Noah; LXX. 

" ']d<ps9. 
nriB" 1 p. n. — I. a town in the tribe of 
Judah. — II. a judge of Israel 

(i^e«). 

?SmnB> p. n., a valley in the tribes of 
Zebulun and Asher. 

KIT (fut. NT; inf. abs. NT; const. 
J"IN>'; imp. N¥; with H parag 
n$X; part.m. NT>, f.KV*. HKV*, 

T|." * •• T ' •• ' 

HV'). — I. go out, go forth; with 
|P of the place whence; with 3 
of the place whither. — II. issue 
(from the womb), be born. — III. 
descended. — IV. go forth (from 
captivity or into captivity). — V. 
shooting of a tree, Isa. 11:1, also 
grew, came forth (of plants and 
flowers). — VI. arose (of the sun 






NV< 



( U3 ) 



"IV 



and stars). — VII. issue a decree. 
There are many similar usages, all 
modifications of the primary mean- 
ing go forth. Hiph. fcOVin cause 
to come out, bring out; with Hin 
brought up an evil report, Nu. 14: 
36. Hoph. N^-in was brought 
forth, out. 

N¥? Ch., Shaph. &OW wrought out, 
finished, Ezr. 6: 15. 

N^ m., issue, child, 2 Chron. 32:21. 

SVID m. — I. outgoing. — II. time of 
outgoing. — III. place of outgoing. 
— IV. the east. — V. that which 
goeth out, production, speech, &c. 
— VI. p. n. of a man. 

nNV'lD f. — 1. going forth, Mic.5 : 1. — 
Yl. draught-house, 2 Ki. 10:27. 

ni&V'lfi f. pi. — I. termination. — II. 
escape, Ps. 68:21. — III. result, 
Pro. 4:23. 

D^S^X^ m.pl. — I. productions of the 
earth. — II. offspring. 

HT same as 2^- Hith. ntfTlp I. 

- t -t ■•-: k 

was set up, stood fast, with ;]}_, 
\JQ?. — II. stood up against, with 
?ji. — III. stood before, in presence 
of, with ^pb, 032, DJ>- 

n>" Ch. Pa. certify. 

2 ,: i»l rn. Ch., firm, fixed, settled; 
y& |D adv., surely. 

asj.r-xn, 3-^j seem 

"inV p.n • see "in ^*- 
pnV? P- n.; see pll¥- 

yipy? ch. ithp. fut. ; see yn*. 

XlftSV Hith. ftit.pl.; seeW 

p^ T , part. VWl laid, placed, s. bed. 
Hiph. JT-Vn 7^ece, strew. Hoph. 
y-a H spread (as a couch), lsa. 14 : 11. 



JW same as JJWJ. 

V-Vp m., 6erf or couc/i, lsa. 28:20. 

pVJ (f ut - P*.\ P^.l; inf - const - n i?.V; 

imp. pV?, pV)- — !• P 0Mr 0«f.— II. 

fuse, (as metal), with 3, 7jJ ; part. 
p^VJ /mrd (like a cast of metal). 
Hiph. p^'VO put down, place, lay 
out, Jos. 7: 23; 2 Sa. 15:24. Hoph. 
pV-IH fee, become poured out; part. 
pXVfirm, Job 11:15. 
P>!. s ., PV!.*! Kal fut., from p¥*. 
p&] Kal fut., from p¥*. 
upV? f-, casting, cast, 1 Ki. 7:24. 
p^-ID, const, p-^p m., cast of brass; 

see also in p-lV- 
np^O f., pi. nipV-ID /wwnefa for 
pouring the metal into moulds or 
casts, Zee. 4:2. 

n-Ti-iD f., with suff. inpvp *** &«»*g 

fused, 2 Chron. 4:3. 

I. ~\V T (fut. Wj 1^1, iSP), /w?«, 

fashion, make; part. 1VV moulder, 
potter ; lYV yl) ^c/i/e vases ; 
creator. Niph. Ti'13 and Hoph. 
IV-IH was formed, made. Pu. >¥* 
the same. 

iy. m. (with suff. VlWj.— I. figment, 

any thing formed. — II. thought, 

imagination. — III. p. n. of a son 

of Naphtali; patron. HTjP. 

1W, yp\ Kal fut., Gen. 2 :19,from 1. "l!P. 

D^V! m - pl-> things formed, members, 
Job 17:7. 

II. I^C same as "1-1 a but intrans., was 

- T 

straitened, distressed, anxious • 
Y? "1V*1 an/Z /ie was in anxiety, 
Gen.*32:8 
"&*, ^iTTgP Kal fut. with suff., from 
II. W 



W ( 114 ) 

W, 1T\ Kal fut., from II. W- 
"W. "i5*1 Kal fut. apoc; see 1-1V- 

- t' " T" 

nv* 1 (fut. n-V!, ^.-i. ftM ™> Isa - 

9:17, with 3 — II. was on fire. 

Niph. n-^3 1. was on fire, burnt. — 

II. &wn< wiM ang-er, with 3, 2 Ki. 

22: 13, 17. Hiph. n*ttPl, 'iVV^ 

kindle, net fire to. 
•in-V. Kal fut. pi. with dag. euphon., 

from riV- 
»n^ for TlN^; seeS^- 

• T T • TT 

3D* root not used; (Arab, a tank). 
3££ m. (with suff. ?Qp*).— I. wine or 
"otZ ?>a*. — II. the trough in which 
^rapes are trodden, Job 24: 1 1. 
!?K¥3p* p.n., same as 7^V3p. 

lp\ (fut. ng" ngj) fcwni (as fire). 
T Hoph. Ip-li"! became, was, burning. 
Hp^ Ch., burning, Dan. 3:6, &c. 
ta lip'» m., the same, fire-brand, Isa. 

10:16. 
fllp^ f. Ch., the same. Dan. 7:11. 
"Iplft m. — I. burning, Isa. 33: 14. — 

II. fire-brand, Ps. 102:4. 
rnj?iE> f-, hearth where the burnt- 
offerings were consumed, Lev. 6:2. 
Dinp 1 ' p. n. of a city in the tribe of 



PV 



Judah. 
Hp* root not used; (Arab, fee obeyed). 

r\nw or nnp\ const. t~\np\ f. o&e<«- 

t *t : i.' • 

ence. 

np" 1 p.n. of a man. 

0-1 p* 1 whatever has been called into ex- 
istence, Gen. 7 : 4, 23 ; Deut. 11:6, 
see D-1p« 

B>ip* S?-1p* ; see fi?p*. 

^NTVlp* p. n. of a man. 

Fig* Kal fut.; Pip* Hoph fut.; sec 

" np^>. 



|Dp* p. n., a descendant of Shem, the 

' T son of Eber, Gen. 10:25, 26. 
D^p* p. n. of a man. 

Pl^Dp* p. n. of a man. 

t : '- : r 

Dypp 1 *. p.n. of a man. 
Dypp'' p. n., a city of the Levites in 
the tribe of Ephraim ; see also 

Dy?p* p.n. of a city in the tribe of 
Zebulun. 

J?jT (fut. PK* pret. ty» which see).— 
I. fell, became dislocated, Gen. 32: 
26. — II. fell away (in mind, affec- 
tion). Hiph. JTpin suspend, hang, 
dvaoriGoXo7ri?£iv. Hoph. part. 
D*VJ>10 fcangei, 2 Sa. 21:13. 

VjT (fut. fj?W |*p>, fg»»D wa*e owi 

o/ 5/<?pp ; see }'-1p. 
Y$\ Kal fut.; see fp». 

*1D* (fut. 1j?« TgJ, Tj?*1) became pre- 
cious, prized, valued, with p, \3 ,| V3. 
Hiph. l*pVn (lit. make precious), 
rare, scarce. 

"Ip* m. PlTpl f. — I- precious, dear. — 
II. rare, scarce. — III. honorable, 
glorious. 

*lp" m., weight, value, honour, glory. 

^ m. Ch. — I. costly things, Dan 

't : 

2:6. — II. honor, glory. 
*Vp* m., precious, honored, Jer. 31 : 20 
T'p* m. Ch., honored, gi'ave. 
Tpp> Kal. fut. with suff. and dag. eu- 
phon.; see Hip- 

$p*, Wp\ (see B>j?3, ^ip) snoring-, 
taking by means of snares; part. 
£Jpr a /owter. Niph. ^p'l3 uuu 
ensnared as a bird. 

mp), K*ip> m., /birfer. 

BW m.,pl.D^jJ»* glared, Ecc.9: 12. 



vp< 



( 11.5 ) 



TIB 



\V?p s p. n. of a son of Abraham. 

B$B m. (pi. D^iO.ni^piO) .warn 
or traps for birds or beasts; mostly 
used metaphorically, as HID ^pID 
snares of death, 8fc. 

Efe ^ 5 i?.*!! Kal fut - a P oc - ; see nE? P- 
K>p* Hiph. fut. apoc.; see H^p- 
?Snp s P- n. — I. a town in the tribe of 
Judah. — II. a city in Arabia. 

XI s (fut. ST\ ST; imp. ST; inf. 

.. T \ . t • ' t* * . (j: 

const. ST; with pref. ST?; with 
H parag. HST), feared God, man, 
anything; with HS, 3, ?, |E>. 
Niph. fut. STFI thou art to be feared, 
Ps. 130:4; part. ST3 fearful, ter- 
rible, mar veUous thing; pl.mSTl 
Pi. ST alarm, cause to fear. 
ST, const. ST m. (HST., const. 
flST f.), fearing God or man, with 

HST, const. HST f., the same. 

i'IST p. n. of a city in the tribe of 
Naphtali. 

SVft m. — I. fear. — II. rei'erence, 
Mai. 1:6. — III. object of fear, re- 
verence. — IV. fearful, stupendous 
act. 

rni£> same as STB ; see also in 

T T 

PHD. 

ST, ST! Kal fut. apoc. ; see HST 
•1ST for -1ST Ps. 34: 10, imp. pi.; see 

ST. 
!)ST Kal fut. pi., see ST; -1ST Kal 

fut. pi., see ilST 
•1ST, -1ST1 2 Sa. 11:24, for -1T1, 

Hiph. fut. pi. apoc; see HT. 
iT^ST p. n. of a man. 
2T, *?y5T, n^BT ; see 3*1. 
3T, 3Ti7for* in'S^, Hiph. fut.; see 
' T 31S. 



J-V3T Kal fut. pi. with 2 parag.; see 

: Finn. 

DJJ3T p. n., Jeroboam, the name of two 
of the kings of Israel. 

TV (^t. IT, TV1, TV1 ; imp. "H, 
YlTl, "IT ; inf. abs. IT, const. nTl). 

t ; -; t vr 

— descended, irent down, Karefir) 

(used both of men and things in 

a great variety of acceptations). 

Hiph. TTH make descend, bring 

down, cast down (of men and 

things); subdued, with J"inJFI. Hoph. 

YTJIH brought down, loitered. 

TV p. n. of a man, ' lapsd. 

| TV p. n. of the river Jordan. 

TTlft m., descent, declivity; ilK^D 
TVD sloping, perhaps arched 
work, 1 Ki. 7:29. 
f]TV Ps. 7 : 6, apparently a corruption, 
from Cj'TV Kal fut. and 5)TV Pi. 
fut.; or possibly from two read- 
ings PJTV and PflT. 

JTT (fut. HTJ; inf. TV; const. HIT, 
SVV; imp. ITV). — I. cast out, 
shoot, as arrows, &c. ; part. D'TP 
archers, Pro. 26:18. — II. cast, lay 
a foundation, see !"IT.\ Niph. 
fut. HT1 shall be shot, Ex. 19:13. 

Hiph. rnin (fut. ririy, "iVi).— i. 

cast forth, shoot, as arrows, rain, 

&c. (iTTTD archers) ; see nijD.— 

II. put forth, as instruction, teach, 

with h, 3, ^S, jp. 
tViy m. (part. Kal). — I. the former 

i nin, i. e. of the autumn. — II. p. n. 

of a man; same as T")H. 
**YP p. n. of a man. 
TYlD m. (part. Hiph.). — I. teacher, 

doctor. — II. arrow, archer. — III. 

former rain. — IV. p. n. fvS or 



-nn 



( Ha ) 



P">< 



iTlto \3^K Me on/ts 0/ Moreh, near 

Sichem; ni.l'^n-ny^ hill of Moreh 

in the valley of Jezreel. 
min f_ — 1. instruction, direction. — 
T II. law, enactment. — III. the law, 

as revealed to Moses and recorded 

in the Pentateuch. 
ITV (fut. -innri), was astounded with 

fear, Isa. 44:8. 
n\ '1"lh Hiph. fut. pi.; see m\ 
KIT?, KiTb for h» Kal inf.; see fTI\ 
b&ttl*. p. n. of a desert, 
nn* (same as rn}), p. n. of a man. 
Ml} Kal fut. pi. with 3 parag. ; see 

" : ''r\)i. 

pTV Pro. 29 : 6, Kal fut.; see |3~l. Others 

refer it to jV). 
|A-nj for fV Kal fut.; see f !TI. 
^^• , ^ ,, n^-IT 1 p. n. of the mother of 

t :' T ' 

king Jotham. 

habitation of peace), p. n. of the 
principal city of Palestine, 'Iepou- 
(Ta\r}fi, 'IspocoXvpa. 
D^-IT., D^T Ch., the same. 

r\*y m., the moon. 

"rT? m., (pi. DTiT, *ITp.— I. roon/fr, 
one revolution of the moon round 
the earth— II. p. n. of a people 
and country, Gen. 10:26. 
ITV m. Ch., month. 

"irn\irTH?» rUVTJ p-n., Jericho, a city in 
Palestine. 

Dnh) p. n. of a man. 

(?$pn*V p. n. of a man; patron. *— . 

yrPV'p. n. of a woman. 

tOn" 1 casi down to ruin, ruin. 
D*ThO m., » peeled" Eng. Ver. ; 
T «« ruined" (Gesenius), Isa. 18 : 2, 7. 



^S^T! P- n - °^ a man - 

a^j/VEs seenn. 

n""*l\ -I n *~ k"» p. n. of a man. 

nirn;, inn;, p. n.; see frn*. 

HP*TJ, rftjPT* shouting; see JH». 
T£ m. (const. tQJ; with suff. te^.). 
T — I. Mig-/i; "iV^S p'^ % «"d 
fWgrA, i. e. wholly, Ju. 15:8; ^V^ 
T 1 * offspring, Ex. 1:5.-11. stem 
of the candlestick in the tabernacle ; 
dual DJPU &oifc rMg7;s. 
rD"V f., si^e, pa^, quarter; dual 
T D?Jp"?!. const. *J131! Me fooo 
sides. 
nST f. Ch., thigh. 

*rr. Ni P h - fut -» from i- 3 " 1 - 

n-ID - ) 1 ' p. n. — I. a town in the 
tribe of Judah.— 11. a town of 
Israel. 

rtoR JYlft^ p.n.of a man. 

*P*V p. n. of a man. 

iTQT, -nTOT (eaaZted 0/ Me Lord), 
p. n. Jeremiah, the prophet. 

J^V same as j/V1. — I. rt-as in evil con- 
T dition; fut. V1\ with 7 V a»i in 
affliction; with WJ73 ft was evil 
in the eyes of.— II. was grieved, 
pained. 
1. JTlt Kal fut., from II. JTP Job 20:26j 
fut. apoc, from Hjn. 
nWy. f-, »«*» curtain of a tent. 
niyn; (reited), p. n. of a woman. 

^KBT P- n - of a P lace in the tribe 0< 
Benjamin. 



p*V same as p^l spit. 



p'TT 1 m., green herb, shoot, Job 39:8 

p"V m., green /terft. 

p}" 1 m.,/r«*/i«eM, green herbage. 



ptv 



( 117 ) 



n&> 



flp'V m. — I. withering, wasting- ; LXX. 

o>xP«- — II. the smut in com. 
P1FH!! in.— 1. gold colour, Ps. 68:14. 

— II. greenish or yellowish; pi. f. 

Bhj, G5H* (fat.Kh?»,85hj; inf. const. 

*h&h ; "imp. rHj, bn, eh).— i. pos- 
sess, inherit. — II. dispossess others. 
— III. be, become poor; tJHV Aeir. 
Niph. 6e, become poor. Pi. £>T 
fa&tf w^o possession, Deu. 28:42. 
Hiph. 85**11 n. — I* cause 1° possess. 
— II. dispossess. — III. make poor, 
desolate. 

n£H* f., possession, Nu. 24: 18. 

HBh* f., the same. 

t -..: 

nEh f. (inf. to take; with suff. Vllfn). 
— I. ne£. — II. snare. — III. net- 
work. 

Bh'lD m. "I 

nehtof. r mmMm ' 

T T J 

T\\ riBHIO p.n. of a district near 
Gath"; ^EhlO a Moreshethite. 

B*i"Y , J"), t^TPl m., new wine, must. 
pUW) same as pny? p. n.; see pPlV. 
?K9*b^ p. n. of a man. 

Dfe/*" same as D-lb* intrans. was set, 
laid; fat. DB**1 i1»b»K1. 

. v •- t : • t 

^NH^** (a prince with God), p. n., Israel, 
the new name given by God to 
Jacob, afterwards applied to his de- 
scendants; m. >h$iw\, f. n^K-ib; 

an Israelite. 
"l*3{5*f£* p. n. Issachar, the son of Ja- 

T T . X > 

cob, and the tribe that descended 
from him. 

w\,,~W/_ # (ro dvai), is, are, was, were; 
with suff. *|$! Mow art; W^J /*e 
w; Dp#) ye'are; ^ E* f tew; 



~)B>K P.* i/ M, ftecause /Aaf; B^*J B? 
it is, yea it is, 2 Ki. 10 : 15. 

l&l (fut. HE*; inf.lt^; const, n?^ ; 
with suff. ^nn^; imp. 2V, n|$). 
— I. «^, sit down, with 21, 75/ . — 
11. lie in wait for. — III. have in- 
tercourse with, with OJJ. — IV. re- 
main. — V. dwell in. — VI. was in- 
habited, with 3, b$_. Niph. 3Kfa 
was inhabited. Pi. 21GS 4 * cawse £o 
remain, Eze. 26:4. Hiph. Q^'in 
cause /o sit, dwell, reside in or 
with, inhabit. Hoph. 21^-1 H made, 
caused to dwell. 

»FOB*" see Vlljjfo 
'■"121 ^ f., residing, 2 Sa. 19:33 ; see 

T in rut?. 

n2)tf2l IB" p. n. of one of David's 

generals. 
22X22^*'' p. n. of a man. 

.t : ;.• v * 

21J21 )2W\ p. n. of a man. 
nK , p2j^'' p. n. of a man. 
n^iD* in. (pi. f. ntaPiD ; const. 
> 21^'lO m.). — I. residence. — II. seat. 
— III. time of residing, Ex. 12: 
40. — IV. act of sitting. — V. inha- 
bitants. 
1 &)F\ m., settler, sojourner. 
riSS^ p.n. of a man. 
DIT? "OB" p. n. of a man. 
DiDtS 4 '' p. n. of a man. 
p3&\ p.n. of a son of Abraham. 
21-1 B* p. n. of a man; patron. "QB^* 
TIB" for IB" Kal fut.; see TIB*. 

T T 

mB>\ * k B" p. n. of a man. 
t : • ' : • 

n^m&J^ p. n. of a man. 

T T • * 

JMB", njpfc" salvation; see yB». 

Hkj/^ m., baseness, hypocrisy, Mic. 6: 
.4. 



nB» ( 118 ) 

Hn&\ Niph. fut.; see nnB>- 

tD&^\ Hiph. O s C'.n extend, stretch 

out. 
*W\ p. a., iesse, the father of David ; 

LLX. 'licoai. 
W for JOB* Hiph. fut.; see KBO. 
iTB*, -in^l p. n. of a man. 

oVi tor D ^r Hi i )h - fut ' see D *?^' 
^B* Kal. fut. apoc., from 111. PW 

Dfc^ was desolate, laid waste ; 
" h&to, njP^ft; see DDB>. 
PD^B* m. — "i. any great desert. — II. 

specially, the Desert of Sinai. 
JYlD^B* f., desolations, Ps. 55: 16. 
ntoK*rj~JV2 p. n. of a place near the 

Dead Sea 
DB* for DB* Kal. fut. ; see ODV- 
DttB* Hiph. fut.; see DDB>- 
KDB* p. n. of a man. 
8$DW\ p. a. — I. Ishmael, the son of 
Abraham and Hagar. — 11. of a 
man; D^ttJJpB* Ishmaelites. 
njgP^., •injj?^ p.' n. of a man. 
*1PB^ # p -ii- of a man. 

J$J, ?$* (fut. |B*9 slept, slumbered, 

dozed. Niph. JB>i3 grew old, dry. 

Pi. |B* made to sleep, Jud. 16:19. 

|B* m., o/d. 

PUB* f.— I. the same.— II. p.n. of a 
tt : 

town in the tribe of Judah. 
}B* m. ri3B* f. — I. sleepy. — II. p. n. 

of a man. 
PUB/ f. — I. sleep. — II. drear), Ps. 

90:5. 
&OB> f., sleep, Ps. 127:2. 
MB> or ri3B> f. Ch., the same. 
TW f., steep, Ps. 132:4. 
faB* " compounded of B* and suff. 1 

with D epenth. 



y#* . Hiph. wtf\n (fut. y w, JT^IT ; 

apoc. yB*) deliver, set free, save, 
with |P, "IIP, ^>. Niph. V&U was 
delivered, with |P ; part. yB/fa o?jp 
saved, Zee. 9:9. 
yfc* jflg* m. (with suff. ^f\, ^B*), 
deliverance, freedom, safety, sal- 
vation. 
W\> WW Kal fut. apoc, from 7W. 

fut ^ Hiph fuL ap0C " D ?^ fut " With 
suff., from y^' 1 - 

*J)B* p. n. of a man. 

•irVJJB* p. n., Isaiah the prophet ; 

LXX. 'Waalac; Vulg. Isaias. 
\VW&\ p. u. of a man. 
JJ-1B* (same as V^W*., 'Ii\<*ovq\ p n 

of a man 
r\]fiW\ f., freedom, safety, salvation. 
rflyg*to f. pi-, g^af salvation, Ps. 68 

2*1. 

nSJt^V HSfc^ the jasper, a variegate 

•• ; |t' v : It 

gem. 
HS^ p.n. of a man. 

t : • *• 

jSB* p. n. of a man. 

*1|5^ (fut. l£h\, ~IB*J — I. proceed, go 
right, i.e. directly onwards ; "»B>* 
"J) VQ ' lt; wen * straight on his way . 
—II. with 3, W$[3 /ie was right, 
upright, good. Pi. *^W\ make 
right, direct. Pu. part, made di- 
rect, plain, laid smooth, 1 Ki. 6:35. 
Hiph. made direct, straight for. 
ward, Pro. 4:25.; (imp. 1B*n) 
make direct, Ps. 5:9. 

"IB* m., r-HB" f., right, upright, 
righteous, true; "IB* s., the book 
of right, i. e. right things, Deu. 
6:18. 

")B* p. a. of a man. 



-It?* 



( 119 ) 



-in* 



*1K>* m., rectitude, integrity. 

Tfp\ f., the same. 

i"DfcOK>* p.n. of a man. 

PIK^ m., a periphrastic title of Is- 
rael, applied to the whole people 
generally, lit. entirely righteous. 

ny\®i i sa. c: 12, for ru-itrn Kai fut. 

t ;- • t .: - 

f. pl.3.pers., from "Ifi?*- 
*Y)E>*D m.— 1. a plain.- -II. /ruf//-, 

righteousness ; adv. righteously, 

truly. 
Dn^D, D*"1B>P m. pi.— 1. /ri*e men. 

— II. fruf/i, righteousness. — 111. 

Dn^Oa, D*"1£>*P^ *n%, rig-A*- 

I^fcj^m., 2 Chron.36: L7,og-ed, e/der/y 
person. 

£>*£>* m., the same. 

• T 

>fc$>^> p.n. of a man. 
IIW«, -inri^ s l Hith. fut. apoc. sing. 

for njnri^t; seenn^- 

j-VFl^) Kal fut. pi. with 2 parag., from 

T: nn^- 

fip&\>W\ Hith. fut. pi., from pp&- 
JV Ch., same as Heb. ntf- 
^D.l. ^H?l Kal fut. apoc. for TIN, 

T\m}/, seennN. 
1KJ}* Hith. fut. apoc., from HIS- 

UPP Ch., same as 2K>* si*. Aph. 
reside, Ezr. 4:17. 

ban?, i»|n?i mth. fut. apoc, from rhi- 

\T\ root not used; (Arab. pin, nail). 

"ijrjj, const, in* f. (pi. n'nn*).— i. 

mn, peg". — II. tent-pin; hence wise 
(i. e. firmly fixed) rulers, Isa. 22 : 
23, 25. — III. dibble,, to bore holes in 
the earth, Den. 23:14. 

iri?, 1JV1 Pi. fut. apoc, from ."tin. 

nSW^Hith. fut., from PD*. 



Tin* abundance; see "Vlfl- 
|*tn*Ch. Ithp. fut., from |-1T- 

nJ™^ root not used; (Arab, smote with 

a club). 
nnin m., club; LXX. <r<pvpa, Job 

4I;21. 
D3JV Hith fut. apoc, from PID3- 
n?n* p. n. of a city of the Danites. 

uJl^ root not used ; (Arab, was av 
orphan). 
Din* m., orphan. 
Dh*, -1DJT, in pause \QV\\ Kal fut., 

from" Dim 
■1BFP Niph. fut. pi., from D»n« 
HDn* p. n. of a man. 

jij T root not used; (Arab, was en- 
during). 
}n*£<, jn^l m. — I. mighty, irresistible, 
violent; D*3n*XH m* the month 
of the powerful, i. e. Tisri, 1 Ki. 
8:2. — II. might, irresistibleness. — 
III. p. n., perhaps the author of 
Ps. 89. 

/^*jn* p. n. of a man. 

I^n* p. n. of a city in the tribe of 
Judah. 

>0 T , part, "ini* exceeding, redundant. 

Hiph. "l*niPI 1. cause to remain, 

leave. — II. abound, be wealthy. 

Niph. "ini3 be left, remain; part. 

m. "in'lJ, f. niniU that which is 

left. T 
"in* m. — 1. excellence, abundance, 

""in*-?J2 unto abundance, Ps. 31: 

24; adv., abundantly, exceedingly . 

— II. residue, the rest of. — III. 

string or cord. — IV. p.n. of a man ; 

patron. *")]!*• 
mn* f., abundance, excess. 



nv ( 120 ) S* 3 

nnV 1JV (part. Kal).-I. abundance, I HK3 m., aJKcted, JJ*^ ** 10: 10 
'V^'.-II. adv., more, further, hkj Am. 8 : 8, for TKg. 

•/, nti3 Ps. 22: 17; see h3- 

moreover, excessively. !^i 

n -in'V f. — I. exceeding, redundant.— \ "Q3 and 133 (rut- * 1 ??' 1 . — *• l 

fceauy, grievous. — II. &e grave, re 



II. lobe, i. e. excess o/ Me Kccr. 
- % FP m. Ch. — I. excellent, extraor- 
dinary ; iVW sAv.,very, exceed- 
ingly.— Il/Heb. p.n., a town in 
the tribe of Judah. 
SlT)* p. n., the father-in-law of Moses, 
who was also called"^ and 33in- 
\)-\T\\ m., gain, profit, good. 

Djnn*. P- n - of a man * 

"inVD m. — I. increase. — II. excellence, 

T Ecc. 3:19. 

"lJVt? rn. — I. bow-string, Ps. 21:13. 

— II. tent-cord. 

QWT\\ Ch. Ithp. fut., from D-IP- 

nn* p.n. of a prince of Edom. 



3, 3 pa- pref- signifying comparison, | 
resemblance.— I. as, as if, like; 
3...S, 3-1...3, |3.«? as. ..so; with 

suffl m3,' nib?;' see to?— 11 - 

according to {Kara).— III. nearty, 
aimosf ; rvH Dl"? ^ on Mis day; 
nS^D nVn? aoowf midnight. — 
IV .'"with inf. (sometimes with 
part.) when, wc. 
3N3 (fut. 3K3'») be pained. Hiph. I. 
'* muse pain,' Eze. 13:22.-11. mar, 

ruin, 2 Ki.SU 19. 
n«3 m., pain. 

aifaj m. (pi. D^t, Hi-). — 1. patn. 
-ill. cause of pain.— HI. sorrow. 
1K3. Niph. pained, enfeebled, Dan. 
T 11:30. Hiph. paw, enfeeble the 
heart, Eze. 13:22. 



neavy, &i icvvwo. .-• ~~ = v~ v 
spectable, honorable, with ?JJ, 7>N 
Niph. .';em?»e honorable, glorious-, 
part. DH333 woMes, nVlSDJ marfc 
g-ZorioMS," with 3. Pi- 133 J- »»«*• 
heavy, sullen', unrelenting. — II. 
rtjafce honourable, honour, with ?, 
CD^ 1 ?- Pu. "13? w« honoured. 
Hiph. I. wade Aeary, grievous, 
sullen. — II. wade honorable, glo- 
rious. — Hith. isscu? /ancytog 
himself honorable, Pro. 12:9. 
133 const. 113, 133 m.— I. Aeary 
—II. ric/i.— III. numerous.— IV 
stopid, sullen.— V. grievous.— VI. 
rferwe.—VII. slote o/ utterance.— 
VIII. /iard M be understood. — IX. 
Z/ie /iuer 

TD3 m., lit. heaviness: hence, — 1. 
g-Sory, ^lendour, majesty. — II 
a&ttnetance,t0eaM.— HI.rouMfttde. 
_IV. mind, soul.—V. honour, 
7-})T\\ 1*133 Me g~/ory o/ God, 
LXX. c'oSa Kupiov. 
133, f- m-133 glorious, precious. 
nn'3 m.— 1. weight.— II. abundance. 
n-n33 f., heavily, Ex. 14:25. 
H33 was extinguished. Pi. eatfin- 

T T 

g-wis/ied. 
S-133 p. n.— I. a district of Galilee. 
—II. a town in the tribe of Asher. 
p33 p. n., a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 
-P33, "V213; see "133- 
I 733 root not used; (Arab, iron fetter) 

- T 



?33 ( 121 ) 

?33 m., footloch of iron. 

D?3 part. 01*13 fuller. Pi. 033, 
D33 was/i, cleanse clothes and the 
like, not the body. Pu. D33 was 
washed. Hothp. inf. D331 to be 
washed, Lev. 13:55, 56. 

^3^ root not used; see J/13, P3p- 
jnU, JD'lS m., /je/m^. 

*"Q3. Hiph. multiplied, Job 35 : 1 G ; 

part, abundance, Job 36:31. 
"123 p. n. of a river in Mesopotamia, 

the Chaboras. 
"133 adv., already, now. 
T33 m., mighty, powerful, great. 
T33 m., cushion or pillow cased with 

goat skin, 1 Sa. 19:13, 16. 
D133 f., sieve, Am. 9:9. 

tt : ' 

11133 f., an unknown measure of 

length; LXX. in ir 6d pofiog. 
13373 m., brazen lattice-work. 
133J3 m., carpet, coarse cloth, 2 Ki. 

8:15. 

JjJ root not used; same as £Q3 

- T - T 

subdue. 
^33 m., a lamb. 

ri'^33, n'^33 f. (pi. rtoa const. 

t : .• ' t : - vr t : 

rit^33) a she-lamb. 

w 33 I. trample, tread underfoot; me- 
taph. 5/ja// trample on sling stones, 
i.e. not be harmed by them, Zee. 9 : 
1 5 . — II . subdue, humble. — III .force, 
Est. 7:8. Niph. be subdued, hum- 
bled. Pi. subdued, 2 Sa. 8 : 1 1 . 
^33 m., footstool, 2 Chron. 9:18. 
|^33 m., smelting furnace. 
13 jar; see 1T3- 

3"""t3 m., >~13T3 f. Ch., lying, false, 
Dan. 2:9. T 



jro 



I \Jj root not used ; (perhaps from 

Arab, straitness). 
13 f. (with sufF. ^T3 ; pi. m. DH3) 

earthen jar, water vessel. 
TIT'S m., s/?ar/z of fire, Job 41:11. 
1313 m., a precious stone, perhaps 
the ruby. 
H3, see H; *T3, see «T; iiri3, see 
" II- 
ill 3 m., attach, onset, Job 15:24. 
TO^TJ? p. n. of a king of Elam. 

m3 pa. — I. so, thus, in this form, 
manner, fyc; n33---!l33 on this 
manner and on that manner, 1 Ki. 
22 : 20. — II. here, hither; H31 • • • H3 

T 

hither and thither, Ex. 2:12; TJ£ 
113 yonder, Gen. 22:5. — III. now; 
n'3 TjJ until now, Ex. 7:16; 
H3 Tjj?1 n'3 T# so and so long, i.e. 
a very short time, 1 Ki. 18:45. 
113 Ch., T3 T# thus far, Dan. 7 : 28. 

nn3 (fut. nnp> ; apoc. nr>ni) — i. 

become weak, languid (of the eyes). 
— II. of the mind or person, Isa. 
42:4. Pi. nn3, HH3 made weak, 

T • T " ' 

disheartened. 
ilil3 f. iinS. — I. expiring, fading (of 
a lamp), Isa. 42: 3. — II. of the eyes, 
— III. of a disease or eruption. — 
IV. nil3 pK not weak, i. e. vigo- 
rous, Nah. 3:19. 
[tin? Pi. inf., from HH3- 

/m3 Ch., able, adequate. 

|ij3. Pi. ]ri3 act, officiate as priest. 
JTD m.(pl. 0*3113, 'OnS) priest; with 

Vnan or ^ : &on'or nwn */tf 

T - T - • T - 

Aig'A priest. 
JH3 m. Ch., priest. 

9 



P3 



( 122 ) 



113 



nDnip f., priesthood, office of the priest. 
3-13 p. n., a country in the south, Eze. 

30;5. 
JD13 helmet; see JJ33- 

H13. Niph. n # Y3ri was, became burnt. 
13 m. Ch., pi. j^S windows, case- 
ments, Dan. 6:11. 
n s, 13 f., burning, branding, 1 ^. 21: 25. 
•»3 m. (for *13) branding, Isa. 3:24. 
^3 pa.; see further. 
niDD f., inflamed part (of body), Lev. 
T "l3:24, 25,28. 

ni3 root not used; (Arab, conquer in 
battle). 
n'l3, n'3 m. — I. strength, vigour, pow- 
er, ability. — II. wealth; fl^H 03 
fruit of the earth, Gen. 4:12.-111. 
a kind of lizard (from its strength), 
Lev. 11:30. 

HD13 m., star, constellation. 

7^3 measured, Isa. 40: 12. Hiph. 
? s< 2\\ 1. contain. — 11. sustain. Pil. 
?3?3 I. contain (as a vessel). — 
II. sustain (with food). — III. bear 
(with firmness). Pu. ?3/3 were 
sustained. 
riD^S the constellation of the pleiades. 

T " 

tp^D bracelet of gold beads. 

u3 fashioned, set in order, Job 31:15. 
Pil. |j"l3 dispose, prepare, fix, estab- 
lish, with HK, 3, IV., ^V_- Pul. pis 
established, confirmed. Hiph. |*3H 
dispose, prepare, fix, establish. 
Hoph. }3-in was disposed, pre- 



}13D 10^ ^ e true dawn, as op- 
posed to the false, or premature- 
twilight in the East, Hos. 6:3; 
1*133" /# certainly, for certain. 
Hith.jyisnn, }^3n same as Niph. 

|3 adj. — I. substantial, true; pi. D*03. 
— II. part, really, truly: whence, 
— III. as, so, thus; j3 ~\m, D^ing 
afterwards; |33 thus; }3^ I here- 
fore; 1&& |3^> because ; T ]3"h]l 
because; |3~*1JJ hitherto; see also 
in pp. 

|3 Ch., thus. 

J3tf pa. (for )3n inf. abs. Hiph. con- 
firmed), surely, certainly, truly. 

j-13 p. n., a Phenician city, 1 Chron. 
18:8, called in 2 Sa. 8:8, ^T)3 
Berytus. 

j-13 m., sma/i round cake, Jer. 7:18; 
T 44:19. 

|V3 p.n. of an idol, Am. 5:26, called 
Pepcpav, Acts 7:43, the planet 
Saturn. 

\iy I. p. n. of a son of Simeon; pa- 
tron. "O^V — II. one of the columns 

■ T 

in the temple of Solomon. 
]13D m. — I. place, establishment. — 

\\. foundation. 
ni'lSD f. — I. basis. — II. p.n. of a 

t : 

town in the tribe of Judah. 
n>13D f., place, Zee. 5:11. 
n>13P\ f. — I. presence. — II. arrange- 

ment. — III. furniture, stores. 

D13 f. — I. drinking cup; pi. 11103. — 
II. rough-billed pelican, Lev. 1 1 : 
17; Deu. 14:16; Ps. 102:7. 



pared. Niph. be, become disposed, 
set in order, fixed, established (of | "tD root not used; (Arab, digging, 
person or thing); part. |'l3D (f. piercing); ng| piercing, Ps 

1 — I3D3) firm, established, sure ;\ 22:17. 



-ID 



1 



"13 in., earners pack-saddle, Gen. 31 : 
34 ; see also "TO- 

**13 an officer of a certain rank, 2 Ki. 
T ll:4, 19; W3 Kri, 2 Sa.20:23. 

"1-13 m., furnace for melting metals. 

fC^JJ "1*13 (smoking furnace), p. n. of 
a city in the tribe of Simeon. 

13 m., a measure of capacity, con- 
taining 10 baths. 

11»3 m. (pi. Dn>3, n'VV3).-I. a pot 
or brazier for fire, Zee. 12:6. — 
II. laver of brass. — III. chafing 
dish, 1 Sa. 2:14. — IV. pulpit, 
2 Chron. 6:13. 

D?"V? m - dual » potsorjars, Lev.l 1 : 35 ; 
LXX. x vr Po^odeg. 

133 f. (for "13*13). — I. tract of country. 
— II. DH/ ")33 cake of bread; pi. 
m. JYHSS talent (of gold or silver) ; 
dual DJI?? ; const - D H 33 5 P 1 - f - 

"133 f. Ch., pi. p33 the same. 

m-IDD, rnbp f., ^ toce °/ <wig™, 

6irJA, lit. digging; see Isa. 51:1. 
il-pp f., sword, Gen. 49: 5. 

£•^2) p. n. — I. Ethiopia. — II. name of 

a man, Ps. 7:1. 

^•13 -m. (pi. D"2*D; f. JV^-IS).— I. 

an Ethiopian. — II. p. n. of a man. 

|^13 f., Hab. 3:7, same as K«I3 

Ethiopia, 
yny&l |^-13 p. n. of a king of Me- 
sopotamia. 
HT^IS f., wealth; see 1^3. 

TT 

n-13, nn-13 p.n. of a region whence 
the kingdom of Israel was colo- 
nised after its depopulation. 

"T1T3, part. 3T3 deficient, falling short, 
7 Ps. 116: 11. Pi. 3*3— -I. lie, deceive. 



123 ) '3 

— II. fail, with 7 or 3. Hiph. con- 
vict of falsehood, Job 24 : 25. Niph. 
was fallacious, false. 
3T3 m., falling short of truth, lying, 

falsehood. 
K3T3 p.n., same as D^TS- 
S 3T3 p.n. of a Midianitish woman. 

■ : t * 

D^TS p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Judah. 
3T3X m., deficient, deception, unstable. 
2^T3S p.n. — I. a town in the tribe of 

Judah. — II. a town in the tribe 

of Asher, on the Mediterranean. 

v Eic^i7T7ra 

*")T3 root not used; (Arab, mudd 
turbid). 

"1T3K m., untractable, cruel, fierce. 

"HT3K very cruel. 

riV")T3N f., great cruelty, Pro. 27:4 
n'3 strength; see ni3- 

nn3. Pi. *IH3 keep back, conceal, 
with |P or ?• Niph. I. was con- 
cealed. — II. made useless, destroyed 
Hiph. I. hold back. — II. bring &> 
nought. 

/Pi!") black (the eyes) with antimony, 
Eze. 23:40. 

£TO fail, be deficient. Pi. ^113 1 
withhold. — II. fail, deceive, deny, 
lie, with 3 and ?. Niph. and Hith. 
were, became liars, with ?• 

{^ri3 m. — I. deficiency. — II. failure, 
falsehood. 

5^n3 m., lying, Isa. 30:9. 

J pa. — I. if, for, at the beginning of 
a speech. — II. because, therefore, in 
the second member of a sentence: 
also, — ) 11. surely, without doubt. 



>3 



( 



It connects the hypothesis and 
condition oi' an entire sentence, 
and may be translated by almost 
any particle that is so used; *3l] 
whether? is not? *3 \VA, *? jV. be- 
cause; ^ ^ until; |3"P^ *3 
therefore; see also fTlS- 
DK '•S I. that. — II. if not, with oaths. 
— III. except, after a negative. — 
IV. but, only. 

TjD m., ruin, destruction, Job 21:20 ; 
flT3 m.— I. spear. — II. flTS ]"}) 
{the plain of spears), p. n. of a 
district; see |133« 

"liTS sparks; see 113- 

"TlTS attack; see "113 • 

|V3 aw idoJ; see }-13- 

1V3 po£; seel-13- 

•=7*3,^3 vessel; see 733- 

n'lS?3 axes; see F|73- 

nCS 'Pleiades; see D-13- 

D* 1 ? bag-; see D33- 

T'S pof ; see 1-1 3- 

|"nn»3 Syr. for fn^s- 

n33 same as !"I3 fftws; 
T see "SpX in W- 

133; seel-13- 

73, "73 a//; see 773- 

fcw3 restrain, confine, withhold (part. 

T k-173, ^3 shut up), with }£; fut. 

•""V?! 4 Niph. restrained, with- 

holden. 

K^3 m. (with suff. 1K73), prison ; 

* kj?3 M, &63n JV3 the same ; 

pi'! Wtibi s fK 

K73, H73 f.,aM taa*, from 73; see 773. 
D?N73 dual, o/ too soils or fancfe, 

&073 (&073) m., prison. 



124 ) '"173 

rtap f. (pi. nisSpP), fold or pew 

for flocks. 
2&03 p. n. of a son of David. 
2)% m.— I. fruit-basket, Am. 8:1,2, 

— II. bird-cage, Jer. 5:27. — III. 

p. n. of a man. 

TO m.-I 



H33^ how? 

T|T " 



man 



a dog-. — II. bad, cruel 

372 p. n. of a man, Caleb; patron. 

" ; 373. 

H 1 ?! (fut. n^i, rfan ■ apoc. 75? 

73fiY). — I. was completed, finished. 
— II. was wasted, ruined, decayed. 
Pi. H?3 I. complete, determine. — 
II. waste, ruin, destroy, with 7- 
Pu. H73 (int.npy), were completed. 
!~I73, f. PI73 consuming, Deu. 28: 32. 

/•.• T T T 

H73 f., completion, destruction; !"i£^JJ 

TT| T T 

H73 hath done even to destruction, 

altogether, with 3, HK; adv. H73, 

H?37 completely, entirely. 
V3 m. (with pause v3; pi. Dv3, 
'■»73)._I. vessel.— 11. boat, Isa. 18: 

2. — III. musical instrument. — IV. 

arms, weapon. — V. implement of 

husbandry. — VI. clothing. 
n'V73 const., JlivS f. pi., the reins, 

kidneys, metaph. as the seat of 

sense, the feeling. 
\v9$ const., }iv3 m. — I. consumption, 

Isa. 10:22 — 11. wasting of the eyes, 

Deu. 28:65. 
|iv3 p. n. of a man. 
ni73?? f. pi., with 3HT, 2 Chron. 4: 

21. pure gold. 
n73fl imperfection; LXX. awr'skna. 
Jl^pn f. — I. extremity, Neh. 3:21.— 

II. boundary. — III. completeness 

perfection. 



rfa 

nb, rfyb^i see 773- 
'iTl?? p.n. of a man. 
Dn?3 for D t 73, from ?3; see 773- 
FianVs for rufe, from 73; see 773- 
•TpVl Sa.6: lo", Kal pret. pi., from N73- 

ll/J m. — I. wealth. — U. insolence, Job 

30:2. 
1173 p.n. of a city, Gen. 10:11. 
$3, ni^3,p^3; see H73- 
3?3 p. n. of a man. 

73 perfected, Eze. 27:4, 11. 

7/3 Ch., finished, completed; Shaph. 
7?y& the same; passive 7?3n£*tf 
was completed. 

?v3 m. — I. whole, entire; adv. wholly, 
entirely; "T'JJn /v3 Me wj/io/e 
city. — II. whole burnt -offering, i.e. 
offering entirely consumed, Deu. 
33:10; Pb. 51:21. 

n?3 f. — I. daughter-in-law. — II. 
spouse. 

ni>1?3 f. pi., espousals, Jer. 2:2. 

73 6*13 Jer. 33: 8) -73—1. the whole, 
all. — II. complete, entire. — III. all, 
every. — IV. many, most of; 73 K7 
none : with suff. -1373 all we; 
D3^3 all ye; D^3, Drfe a// they; 
Hj?3,rOn->3 all they] t; i?3 a/Z 
of it, m.; il?3 the same, f. ;• with 
adv.n'iy-73 as'long as, T5> n73JT73 
j'usf as, Ecc. 5:15. 

7*3, "?3 Ch., the same ; K?3 adv., 

' T T 

altogether, entirely. 
7?yQ m., perfection, Ps. 50:2. 
7>i73E> m., the same (of clothing), 

Eze. 23:12, &c. 
Dv/pD m. pi., splendid garments, 
, Eze. 27:24. 

D?3. Hiph. D^>3H, D^?H put to 



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shame, make ashamed, injure. 
Hoph. was ashamed, confounded. 
Niph. was ashamed, confounded 
n?3/3 f., shame, ignominy. 
n-"IS?3 state of shame, Jer. 23:40. 
"1y?3 p. n. of a region or city. 
Pllfe, 11373, UPS p. n. of a city on the 
river Tigris (Ctesiphon?). 

£j/3 root not used; (Arab, drove). 
n'l£)P3 f. pi., axes or* hammer, Ps. 
74:6; LXX. Xa^evrripia. 
•1fiP3 Pi. pret. 3.pers. f. with suff., from 

" n?3- 

"Op 1 ?:? 1 Sa. 25:33, Kal pret. 2. pers. f 
with suff., from K?3- 

i-TD J desired intensely even to fainting. 

DHD3 p. n. of a man. 
riD3,'n?33, H?33; see no. 

t : ' m T - ' v - T 

i/j3j lUJ pa., same as 3 </ms, as, 
whether; with suff. 'O'lDS as / am, 
TID3, H3b3 as thou art; -IHIDS 

' T ' T T, , T 

a* &e is; niD3 as she is; •131J33 

T T T 

as we are, sometimes for D33, 
DH3 ; D3i»3, Dn*lD3 as ye, they, 
are; *1D3...iD3 as. ..so. 
^1D3 p. n., an idol of the children of 
Moab and Ammon; ^1D3 DJJ 
the Moabites. 

V23 m., the herb cummin, Isa. 28: 

25,27. 
D^jJDSp rn. pi., treasures, Dan. 11 :43. 

DD j Zaiti, treasured, up, Deu. 32:34. 

1P3. Niph. "1^33 I. icas affected 
(warmed with intense feeling, love, 
compassion). — II. was black with 
burning, Lam. 5: 10. 

"1733 m., pi. DHD3 idolatrous priests. 

T"]p3 blackest, gloomiest thing, Job 
3:5. 



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nD3 



1D3D, "tap m., pi. D*lto?0 ne* 

used by fishermen. 
nigap, ITIDDp f., net used byfisher- 
men. 
|3 ; see ^3 and |3|. 

H33 Kal not used; (Syr. named). Pi. 

H33 I. ca/J fcj/ name. — II. flatter. 

]"I33 tn. (man of the same name), 

companion, associate; pi. ni!33 

(pvvdovl9ai). 

H33 Ch., the same; pi. J133; with 

T 'suff. nni33, (VnnjM. 

n33 ; see J33- 

i~133 p. n. of a city (perhaps for 

"11U3 m. (with suff. nS?j pi. Dnas, 

JTHjIS), Aarp (icivvpa). 
n'1133, |133 from D33; see H33- 

t : ■ tt j t : 

•TITOS p. n. of a king of Judah; same 

"'aspW- 
■fjriVllS Hiph. inf. with pref. and suff. 

for ^rfl l ?3ri3; see pfo. 
D33; see |33.' 

XE}? Ch., «as it is said" (for NEWS 
Lee). 

H33 f., stock, root, Ps. 80:16. 

"•JOS p. n. of a man. 

.T333, *FP»3 p.n. of a man. 

t: - : t : - : x 

in ,, 333 p. n. of a man. 

t: ~ : r . 

|3 m. (with suff. ^33, 133.— I. p/ace, 
station. — II. base, foot of the laver; 
see also |-13. 

|3 m., lice; pi. D*33 LXX. crKvi<p(g. 

D33 for D33 same as D 7 33; see pre- 
ceding word, Ex. 8:12. 

D33 collect, gather together. Pi. like 
Kal. Hith. being collecting, com- 
prehending, Isa. 28:20. 



D33p m., dual const. *D33p drawers, 
breeches of linen (for the priests). 

^^3. Hiph. Jjppn humble, debase, 
bring down. Niph. y333 teas /ium- 
6/erJ, debased. 
nj?33 f., package, bale of merchan- 
dise, Jer. 10: 17. 

2 I. p. n. of a son of Ham. — II. 
of the land inhabited by his pos- 
terity. — III. m., a merchant. 
pg33 (f. rV3y.3_3; pi. D">3y : 33).— I. a 
Canaanite. — II. a merchant. 

H3JJ33 p. n. of a man. 

n\3$33 pi. with suff., from $33. 

^|52 root not used; (Arab, put away). 

Niph. ?)33* put away, remove, Isa. 

30:20. 
5]33 f. (dual 0^33, *B33 f.; pi. const 

JYIS33 m. and f.). — I. wing (of a 

bird, &c). — II. wing (of an army) 

— III. skirt (of a garment). — IV. 

extreme part (of the earth or land). 

— V. by meton. person protected, 

i. e. wife &c. 
rnj>3, rvn33, n'n33 p. n., a city in 

the tribe of Naphtali, near the sea 

of Galilee {Ytwrivapir); n*JJ3 D* 

the sea of Galilee. 

£03 Ch., collect, Dan. 3:2. Hith. 

being assembled, Dan. 3:3, 27. 
»*np3 Ch., same as nbS a Chaldean 
HD3, part. np3 covering, concealing, 
Pro. 12: 1G, 23 ; ^D3 covered, Nu. 
4:6, 14. Niph. HD33 being co- 
vered, concealed. Pi. HD3 coyer. 
conceal, with ?$?, ?, 3, Di<, 7i< 
Pu. HD3. HD3 covered, was co- 

T %. ' TT 

vered, with 3. Hith. same as 
Niph. Pu. with 3. 






D3 



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IM 



D3 m., r\ s '3 the throne of Jehovah, 

Ex. 17:16. 
Kp3, HD3 m., Me new moon, Ps. 

'81:4;' Pro. 7:20. 
ND3, ilp3 m. (with suff. »KD| ; pi. 

niXD3), regal chair, throne. 
D-1D3 f. — I. covering. — II. clothing. 
TV1D f., a false reading for HID? gar- 

ments, Gen. 49: 11. 
ninD3 f. pi., Eze. 13:18, 20, LXX. 

■xpoatcMpaXaia, cushions, probably 

ornaments. 
npDO m., covering. 
Hp5P m., covering, lsa. 14:11. 

np3, part. !TlD3 cut of. 

nn-1D3 likefilth,\ssi.5 : 25 ; see IT1D. 

7D3 was a fool; fut. -iSp?? Jer.10.8. 

^"•DS m. — I. a /oo/. — II. the constel- 
lation Orion. — III. p. n. of a city 
in the tribe of Judah. 

rVv^pB f., foolish woman, Pro. 9: 13. 

7D3 m. — I. the loins. — II. the viscera; 
pi. D vD3. — III. expectation, con- 
fidence. — IV. foolishness. 

i"6p3 f. — I. confidence. — II. folly. 

ipp3 m., the ninth month of the 
Hebrew year, answering to our 
November and December. 

jV?D3 p. n. of a town on the borders 
of the tribe of Judah 

ji/p3 p. n. of a man. 

ni?D3 p. n. of a town in the tribe 
of Issachar. 

*YQFm"vp3 p. n. of a town at the 
foot of Mount Tabor. 
DTlpD? m. pi., p. n. a people so called. 

DD3 adorn, Eze. 44:20. 

- T 

n£>D3 f., a kind of corn, spelt, Z,ka ; 
Vi.'D*pS3. 



DD3 apportion, divide out, Ex. 12:4 
D3D m., fractional part, number. 
HD3D f., number. 

t : • * 

*|D3 desired intensely (lit. grew pale 
with desire), with p. Niph. become 
desirous, earnestly longing for, with 

C]D3 m. (with suff. ^QD?; pi. D*QD3). 
— I. silver. — II. money; with nu- 
merals, the shekel of silver; '3 5)?N» 
1,000 shekels. 
P]D3 m. Ch., silver. 
&Opp3 p. n. of a country. 
JTiriDS ornaments; see HD3. 

t : 

■OJlpS Pi. pret. 3 pers. f. with suff'., from 
' HD3. 

\V3 adv. Ch. — 1.50, therefore. — 11. but. 
—111. now; HJjyS so on; see nnjJ. 

DJ?3 (fut. Dg5*J.— I. was angry.— II. 
irritated. Pi. D3£3 irritate. Hiph 
D s ypn. — I. was angry. — II. made 
angry, irritated. 
DJJ3 m. — I. vexation, sadness. — II. 
anger; pi. D^Dy? excitements to 
anger. 
£'^3 m., the same, in Job only. 
C]3 n'123, HB3; see P]D3. 

5)3 rocA, Job 30:6; Jer. 4:29. 

ris3 avert, appease, Pro. 21:14; see 

"TIBS, "V'33, rTl*£)3; see "123. 

7$3 doubled; part. ^-133. Niph. 6c 
repeated, Eze. 21:19. 
?33 m., doubling, twofold ; dual 
'CP ! p£3 Job 11:6; lsa. 40:2. 

|S)3 became languid, Eze. 17:7. 
|Q3 m., hunger, Job 5:22; 30:3 



DB3 



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na 



D|)2 (Syr. tie, join). 
0^3 m., tie-beam; "tenon" (Lee); 
LXX. KCLvQapog. 

^S2 bend, bow down, with distress. 
Niph. bow myself down, with ? be- 
fore, Mic. 6:6. 

PJ3 f. — I. palm of the hand. — II. hand 
(with suff. »B3j dual D k S3 6o//i 
Aanck; pi. JTIJ33J. — III. so/e o//Ae 
/oo£. — IV. foot of a beast. — V. 
6ason or phial. — VI. receptacle for 
the stone in a sling; y?£n"P|3 cup 
of the sling, 1 Sa. 25:29.— VII. 
bent palm branches; D'HDF) HISS 
6enf ^a/m branches, Lev. 23:40. — 
VIII. TV£rf|3 cup of the thigh 
joint, Gen. 32:26, &c. 

HB3 f., curved branch, branch, 

1^3. — I. generally cover. — II. spe- 
cially, pitch, smear with pitch, Gen. 
6 : 14, with 3. Pi. 133 (fut. 1B3*J 
I. cover, expiate for sin, used of the 
sinner and the sin. — II. appease 
anger. — III. avert calamity, with 

by, b, -\y_2, n«. pu. nss— i.was 

expiated. — II. was abolished. Hith. 

was expiated; ")S3"1 for "1S3HJ 

Deu. 21:8. 
"»1Q3 m. — I. vessel, covered cup. — II. 

hoarfrost, Ex. 16:14; Ps. 147:16. 
TQ3 m. — I. a young lion. — Il.metaph. 

fierce, bold man. — 111. village, Neh. 

6:2. 
"103 m., village. 

JTV*p3 p. n. of a city of the Hivites. 
'OiEWn "IQ3 p. n., a town in the tribe 

of Benjamin. 
1D3 m— I. pitch, Gen. 6:14.-11. a 

village, iSa. 6. 18 — III. expiation, 



lit. covering for sin, Kvrpov. — IV 

the cypress tree, Cant. 1 : 14. 
O'HQS m. pi., expiation. 
r~nb3 f., the covering of the ark ; 

mercy-seat; 11*123 H JV3 the holy 

of holies. 

^•£52). Hiph. overwhelmed, covered, 
Lam. 3:16. 

H2ID Ch., bound, tied. 

"linD3 p. n., a country of the Philis- 
tines; C3 ,, "l]"l"p3 its inhabitants, 
Gen. 10:14. 

D^nS^ m. pi. — 1. twisted capitals 
or columns. — 11. ornamented bowls 
of the golden candlestick, Ex. 25:36 . 

"13, see 1-13 ; 13, see 1-13 and "VIS- 

K \3 or ITHj Ch. Ithp. was pained, 
afflicted. 

/51?. Pu. part. 73")3p equipped 

clothed, 1 Chron. 15:2*7. 
K*?3"I3 Ch., a cloak, Dan. 3:21. 

(I 1J dig (as a well, pit); with 

D^TK mine ears hast thou digged, 

opened, Ps. 40:7. Niph. I. was 

dug. — II. buy, purchase, Deu. 2:6; 

Hos. 3:2— III. feast, 2 Ki. 6:23. 

m3 f. — I. digging, Zep. 2:6; pi. 

T const. n'"l3.— II. feast, 2 Ki. 6:23. 

rrpD m., pit, Zep. 2:9. 

2T\2 m., pi. rZD^3-n3, D'lPS.— I. 
cherub; a symbolical figure over 
the mercy-seat ; described Eze.4 : 6. 
— II. p. n. of a man, Ezr. c. 2; 
Neh. c. 7. 

I ]3 Ch. Aph. proclaim icnpvaa-tiu, 
'Dan. 5:29. 
?^3 m. Ch., herald, Dun. 3:4. 



H3; see -1-1 3- 

nns, ronna ; see ma. 

3-2H3 m. (with suff. i33~)3) feroaier 
(on the grating of the altar for 
containing the fire). 

Tp^pri m.,robe, Est. 8:15. 
^PS - ]? p. n. of a city on the Eu- 
phrates, Carchemish (Kipjo'/ciov). 

U^nJp m., saffron, Cant. 4: 14. 
D3"13 p. n. a Persian eunuch. 
hrQ"13; see TO. 

DHJ m. (f. Isa. 27 :2, 3).— I. vineyard. 
— II. olive yard. — III. orchard. 

D")3 m., vine-dresser. 

"•p'lS p. n. of a man. 

?P~I3 m. (quasi 7>£>TD*)3 ; with suff. 
i?P"}3).— I. well-cultivatedplain, or- 
chard, field. —II. Carmel, a very fruit- 
ful hill south of Asher, near the Me- 
diterranean; ^>D"]3 m.; "V^P"]? 

f., a Carmelite'.— III. "?1D"I3 KH5 

t ,'•■' 

and /P"]3 /;•«< fruits (of the most 

fertile land), Lev. 2 : 14 ; 23 : 14. 

/ U )3 m., crimson. 
p3 p. n. of a man. 

ttf lT"]3 m. Ch., same as ND3 throne. 

WCT\2 quadrilit. devoured, Ps. 80:14. 

y ]3. — I. bent his le^s (as an animal 
to he down). — II. bowed, lay down, 
crouched (with ? or *03? before 
any one). — III. was weak. Hiph. 
cause to boiv down, depress, afflict. 
D^JTlS f. dual, both the legs or leg- bones. 

DEH3 m., cotton cloth, calico, Est. 1 : 
6; (Arab, the same). 

*T13. Pil. ""I3"]3 leap about, dance, 
T 2Sa. 6:14,16. 



( 129 ) hbo 

; "13 m. (r. . 0**73).— I. fatted lamb.— 
II. the pasture where lambs feed. 
— III. battering ram. 
ni"13"]3 f. pi., dromedaries, Isa. 66: 20. 

bH5m., belly, Jer. 51:34. 
KH3 p. n., Cyrus king of Persia. 
fcOtJHa p. n., a Persian prince. 

n"]j (imp. TT}3; with H parag 

nn"i3 ; fut. m^).— i. cu* off, 

down; nn3 arid riDB*^ fl-113 

t t ; t : 

eunuch. — II. with or without 
JVD make a covenant (opicta 
rkfiveiv), (lit. strike a bargain), 
with riS, Dy, b — HI. kiU men, 
Jer. 11:19. Niph. was cut down, 
cut off. Pu. m'3, m_3 cut off. 
Hiph. n^-pri cut off, destroy. 
Hoph. n"[3n was cut off, Joel 
1:9. 

nimS f. pi., beams (things cut). 

JTH3 p.n. of the brook CAmM, which 
falls into the Jordan not far from 
Samaria. 

n-inn?, HIV'"]'? f., divorce; with 
"ISO bill of divorce. 

♦JV"© p. n.— I. a tribe of the Phi- 
listines of the south west coast 
of Judea, derived from the Island 
of Crete. — II. title of certain brave 
soldiers in David's army. 

j£*/ J m., same as £*"23 lamb. 
n3£*3 female-lamb. 

\W~ p. n., a son of Nahor; the pro- 
genitor of the Chaldees. 

D^l^S pi. — 1. Chaldees, inhabitants 
of Babylon. — II. astrologer. 

'•#3 m. Ch., a Chaldee. 

TW2 covered with fat, Deu. 32 : 15 



^3 ( 130 ) 

^3 (fut. biBb?).— I. totter, stagger. 
— II. stumble. — III. stumble to fall 
(part. Pj^lS weak, weary), with 3. 
Niph. ?K>33 &e tottering from 
weakness. Pi. and Hiph. I. cause 
to stumble. — II. fail, become weak. 
Hoph. part. DvKOP made to 
stumble, Jer. 18:23. 
(?TO m., an axe, Ps. 74:6. 
|W3 m., rain, Pro. 16:18. 
7l&^3?3 m. — I. offence, delusion. — II. 
GKavdaXov, cause of offence, place, 
instrument or cause of sin. 
rpKOlO f., fall, ruin, Isa. 3:6 ; Zep. 
T 1 :S. 
^3. Pi- ^3 "set* witchcraft, 2 Ch. 
33:6; part. ^^^P magician, wi- 
zard ; HQKbD ifliifcA. 
T .. - . 

P)L f, 3 m., magician, Jer. 27 : 9. 
D^DE^S m. pi., magical rites, incan- 
tations. 

*"1^3 do well, be acceptable, Est. 8:5; 

Ecc. 11:6. Hiph. give prosperity, 

Ecc. 10:10. 
rnfc^'13 f., pi. nn^'13 great prosperity, 

T wealth, Ps.68:7. 
jilfcJ'S prosperity, profit, Ecc. 5:10. 
"TIEJ»3 m., distaff, Pro. 31:19. 

3H3 I. write, engrave, with ?])_, 3, 
^>X before the material written 
upon; with ?y, ?S, ? before the 
person to whom the writing was 
addressed. Niph. was written. Pi. 
wrote, Isa. 10: 1. 

2113 Ch., he wrote. 

21*13 m. — I. writing. — II. epistle. — 
III. record. — IV. Scripture. 

2J"13 m. Ch., writing, edict. 

ridh? f., writing, Lev. 19:28, 



m3 



2J")3D m. — I. writing. — II. epistle 
ordinance (thing written). 

D^PiS, D v ?fl3 p.n. the Chittim, pro- 
bably the inhabitants of Cyprus 
and of some part of Asia Minor. 

JVJ"13 beaten small; see nn3. 

/H3 m., wall, Cant. 2:9. 
*?r!3 m. Ch., wall; pi. emph. S^H3 

Dan. 5 : 5. 
t^vn3 p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Judah. 

DH3 Kal not used; (Arab, treasure 
up). Niph DFI33 treasured up, or 
as some interpret, embroidered with 
gold; see the next word, Jer. 
2:22. 

Dfl3 m., the purest gold. 

Dfl3ft m., Michtam, a word of uncer- 

t ; • ' * 

tain meaning, occurring in the 
titles of Psalms 16, 56 — 60, pro- 
bably the name of the tune or air 
to which they were sung. 

noh3, rori3 (with SU ff. wis; 

pi. n'^Jjis ; const, ri))^), garment, 
shirt, ^irwr. 

£]H3 const. P]H3 f. — I. shoulder (with 
T suff. ^Dr)3;' pi. D^pn3).— 11. side 
(of a building, the sea, a town) ; 
pi. ntoriS; const. ri'lSJlS; with 
suff. VQflS sides, jambs of doors, 
Eze. 41:2,26. — III. shoulders of 
axles, pivots, 1 Ki. 7 : 30, 34. 

"1H3. Pi. 1F13 surround, encompass. 
Hiph. I. surround, come about.-^ 
II. comprehend. 
"iri3 m., diadem, crown. 

rrirvis f. (pi. nhn'3), cincture, 

capital of a column. 






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1tf> 



t^n3 break, bruise. 

- T ' 

trriDO m.— I. worter, Pro. 27:22.— 
II. p. n. of a place, Jud. 15:19; 
Zep. 1:11. 

HH3 (fut. r-\2\; imp. pi. -inis).— I. 
frreaA fo pieces (as a vessel, &c). 
— II. beat out (as iron). — III. beat 
down (as enemies); part. fl-inS 
OXadiaQ, eunuch. Pi. HFI3 same 
as Kal. Pu. was broken. Iliph. 
(fut. •in?*) de/ea*. Hoph. (fut. 
•Ifi?? ) pounded to dust. 

JVH3 m., fine, pure oil. 

iirpp f., breaking, Isa. 30:14. 



h 



b 



7 insep. pa. — I. to, towards. — II. at, 

in. — III. till, until. — IV. in order 

to, for the purpose of. — V. for, 

belonging to, with respect to: 

\n? therefore; \3? so, thus, there- 
i .. T *. * |.. T j 

fore; i"lEj? why? When joined 
with subs, and adjs. it sometimes 
admits of being translated adver- 
bially: Tjwfo falsely; \fvfr justly. 
It is also used in a sense allied 
to that of the Arab. \, and very 

foreign to the idiom of any Euro- 
pean language: e.g. •liT'P'lv I"lj9*l 
he took hold on Jeremiah, Jer. 40: 
2, where it is equivalent to 11^ ; 
probably it corroborates the mean- 
ing like the Arabic. With suff. v ; 

Db5 t n:p7;Dnj,]nj;tp>,see}p. 

7 Ch., to, in order to, $c, like the 
Hebrew. 

fc\7 sometimes SI? not, no; ?D JO 



no one, none; K^K tfh no one; «? 
"1D1 nothing, used for N?3 with- 
out, and X?n is it? with pref. fcOS 
without, there is none; N?n is it 
not ? ido v ; N ; 7? without ; D i . . . fcO 
wo? wen. 

5 s *?, H? Ch., no?, nothing. 

\rft Ch., therefore, on that account 
(see 7), for }H K7 unless. 

f D? therefore (see ?), for |p K? ow? i/. 
"1 2T N?, "Ill i? p. n., a town in Gilead. 

t : t : 

V2JJ fcO (no? my people) mystic name 
given to the prophet Hosea, Hos 
1:9. 

DJO (Arab, thirsted). 

nhiiK^n, nta*6n &»•**, drought, 

Hos. 13: 5. 
nH^ for IHKH^ Hiph. inf. with 
pref., from 2TX. 

ntfS7 I. be weary, faint, Job 4:2,5. — 

II. be vexed, Gen. 19:11. Niph. 
i"lfrs?3 I. become weary, faint. — II. 
was vexed. — III. dislike. Hiph. 
nSpH I. make weary. — II. vex. — 

III, ruin. 

nS? p. n., Leah, one of Jacob's wives. 
n^T>ri i., weariness, trouble, vexation. 
i)V$ for "TlKr6 Niph. inf. with pref., 
from-nK- 

£0X7 same as D-1P vail, cover the 
face, 2 Sa. 19:5; see also DK7, 
DS 1 ? in m. 
Dfc6 same as fib, Qi&S, secretly, 
Jud. 4:21. 

*T|X7 root not used; (Ethiop. he sent 
ministered). 
T]SpP m. — I. messenger. — II. angel 
(messenger of God). — III. the Word 



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wib 



of God, Jesus Christ, Ex. 23:20, 

seq., &c. — IV. prophet. — V. priest. 
,._.?P m. Ch., angel. 
npK^O f. (const. n3fc6p ; with suff. 

^n?X^rp; pi. const, hb^p).— I. 

ministry. — II. work. — III. making, 

acquisition, wealth. — IV. flocks. 
niDsfe f., message, embassy, Hag. 

1:13. 
■O&PP p. n., Malachi, the prophet, 

MttAavtac. 
?«? p. n. of a man. 

DJO (Arab, assemblage). 
Ox6 m.(with suff.^N 1 ?; pi. DV3&6). 
— I. family, tribe, nation. — II. 
D^ftS? P- n - °f a people, AXXou- 
fiaiiorai, Gen. 25:3. 

T?, "2/ (with suflf. »aS pi. nto?). 

15? ( const - 33^5 with suff. "an 1 ?, 
T conn 1 ?; pi.'ninnb) m.— i. the 

heart of man or beast . — II. the seat 

of thought, affection, fyc, in man; 

H?1 2?2 with a double heart, i.e. 

deceitful, Ps. 12:3 .—III. the middle 

or interior of any thing. 
2?, 22? m. Ch., heart, mind, as Heb. 
22?. Niph.fafte heart, be bold, daring, 

Job 11:12. Pi. 33? give heart, 

encourage, Cant. 4:9; see also in 

nil? f., heart, mind, as 27- 
rQ^? f., pi. nh^a? pancakes made 

of fine wheaten flour. Pi. 22? 

he made such pancakes, 2 Sa. 13: 

6 — 10, only. 
ni6 for T\2rh flame, Ex. 3:2. 

CD^n 1 ?, niK27; see &02?- 

• t : t : 

15/ alone; see 12, 112- 



>s. 



1 



105/. Niph. D5^3 stumbled, fell, Pro. 
T 10:8, 10; Hos. 4:14. 

fc^ 1 !!! / lioness; perhaps also /ion. 
»lV m., pi. m. U^Jp. — I. /ions; i 
n'lKj? lionesses. — 11. p. n. of 
town in the tribe of Simeon. 
W2? f., lioness. 
nta*3^i see in 2§- 

D7 (from n^n?) ma/ee oricta, Gen. 
11:3. Hiph. — 1. was white, pure. 
— II. made white, clean, Dan. 11: 
35. Hithp. shall become white, 
clean, Dan. 12: 10. 
\2s m. — I. white. — II. p. n., Laban, 

• T T 

the father-in-law of Jacob. — III. 
a place in the desert. 
T\)2? f. — I. the moon (from her white- 

t t : v 

ness). — II. p. n. of a man. 

\2?, ~\2? m., white. 
1 .. T » 1 ... : 

H32? m., the white poplar. 

n32? f. — I. whiteness, clearness, Ex. 

24:10. — II. p. n., a city in the 

tribe of Judah. — III. a station of 

Israel in the desert. 

nn 1 ? f. (pi. D'Onb) brick or tile. 

T .. . 1 ' •'• 

n^w, PI32? f. — I. pure frankincense, 

Xi'PavoQ. — II. p.n. of a town near 

Shiloh. 
fmS, f\}2??) p.n., Mount Lebanon; 

so called from the whiteness of 

the snow on its eastern peak. 
U2? p.n. of a man. 
|2?P m., brick kiln. 

^27, ^l^ (fut. B>3^).— I. put on 
clothing, cloak; part. ^-12? clothed. 
— II. used metaphorically for the 
possession of certain qualities, as 
clothed with, glory, justice, fyc, 



BO?" ( 133 ) ^ 

covered with flocks (as a pasture); j flfi^ Rithp part n^nbniO insane, 

with many others. Pu. D^3^ | " T d persorit Pro 2G ! 18 ; 

clothed. — Hiph. I. clothe, invest, * Ata _L L 

uTO flaming, Ps. 104:4; part. U^TO 

inflamed (i.e. furious) men, Ps. 57 : 

5. Pi. LDHp se£ on fire, inflame. 

Dnb m., /fame, Gen. 3:24. 

CpiT? lit. flames: hence, dazzlings, 
delusions, Ex. 7:11. 

D(l7. Hith. part. DVDrftnft enchant- 
ing, fascinating things, dainties, 
Pro. 18:8; 26:22. 

fut., the preformant dropped with 
the pref. ?, from XI H, Hin. 

|n?; see 7 and X?. 

^I?i}^ (const. npc6) trans, for rT?nj5 
congregation, 1 Sa. 19:20. 

•1 /, &M / I. t/, £t, i-av. — II. would that! 
**5?6, ^-1? (compound of -17, &6 for 
K?) unless. 

D H-l?, U J 7 P- n -> */ie /^yfiiaws, inha- 
bitants of the deserts west of Egypt. 



with 7^. — II. cover (as the sky with j 
clouds). 

tJQp Ch., clothe. Aph. the same. 

K^Qp, KO? m., w/7pe/' or outer gar- 
ment, cloak. 

^•13/J? m., the same. 

H^B/Jjl f., the same. 
n2?, Ex. 3:2, for nin? const., from 

rani. 

j TTT 

3 / m., </ie /og - , a liquid measure con- 
taining 24-3 solid inches. 

"17 p. n., a town in the tribe of Ben- 
jamin, Lydda. 

rn 1 ? Kal inf., from 1^ 

Hl|? Kal inf., from "6*. 

n^FlSp Kal inf. with suff. and H parag., 
from "P 11 - 

.IP] / root not used; (Arab, tongue of 

fire, flame). 

2TY? m. — I. /ame. — II. glitter of a 

sword or other weapon. — III. the 

weapon itself. 

r\^rhi., flame; pi. T\\l\h\ const. 

T npr£ ; s. const. D^Ex. 3:2. 
n2n|? f., the same. 
T)2Ty?W flame, destruction, fire. 
C^IliT? same as D'Q-i? the Lijbians, 
Gen. 10:13. 

Jtij? root not used; (Arab, intense oc- 
cupation), 
iij? m., much study, Ecc. 12: 12. 
*1n? p. n. of a man. 

Pin/ (fut. rPfil) same as H&7 was 
/atn*, feeble, Gen. 47 : 13. 



p.n. of a people descended from 
Shem, Gen. 10:22; pl.DH-li; they 
inhabited some part of Africa, and 
, probably Asia Minor. 

ill/ I. borrow at usury. — II. get, ob- 
tain. Niph. IT) 70 become turned, 
attached, joined, with ,% ?X, Dp. 
Hiph. ni7>n — I. cause to borrow. 
— II. lend. 

^r) p.n. — I.Levi, one of the sons of Ja- 
cob and Leah. — II. and ^y a Le- 
vite; pi. U^)b and '•I? "02 Levites. 

*V? Ch., a Levite. 

rPv const. r~l^p chaplet, garland, 
T 'Pro. 1:9, &c. ' 

IT? for TO, HJ^ f., pi. ri\fy perhaps 



"6 ( 134 ) 

architectural ornaments like gw- | K?v, v-V?; 



r\rb 



lands, 1 Ki. 7:29,30,36. 
|n s yp m. — I. any sea monster. — II. 

the sea serpent, Isa. 27 : 1 . — III. one 

of the carnivorous whales, Job 

3:8, &c. 
Txh Ch., wit h,Ezv. 4:12. 

]V? escape, depart from, Pro. 3:21. 
Niph. part. T*v3 perverse, incorri- 
gible. Hiph. fut. -IT v! escape, flee 
from. 
j."£> m . — i. almond tree, Gen. 30:37. 
— II. p.n. of the town afterwards 
called ^KTVa, in the tribe of 
Benjamin. 

7~\\w f., perverseness, Pro. 4:24. 

Pfl^J m# — I. tablet of stone or wood. — II. 
metaphorically, of the heart. — III. 
leaf of a folding-door, Cant. 8:9; 

man nn-ib, n-nyn rirh tables 

of the covenant, testimony ; dual 
DTtfv benches for the rowers of a 
ship, Eze. 27:5. 
rPITI? p. n. of a town in Moab. 
WITO, triTl^n p.n. of a man. 

DV? cover, conceal; part, ti)? cover- 
ing; nD-vf., concealed. Hiph. hid. 
vh m., covert; UP2, secretly; pi. 

D^p? secret j?arfe. 
til? m. — I. uei/, covering, Isa. 25:7. 
— II. p.n., Lot, the nephew of 
Abraham. 
u? m., gum-ladanum. 
jtp'v p. n. of a man. 
T?> n ^> IWl^: seenft. 
D^ /} 7 m. pi., ivinding-stairs, 1 Ki. 6 : 8. 
n'l^ 1 ?, const. nW?? f. pi, k»?M or 
eyes for hooks. 



see -v- 

. |V? and Jv (fut. |fy ; apoc. fej with 
pause pj, |? S V, imper. |v). — I. 
Jodge, remain, jiass the night, with 
3, Dfry Hiph. |VH cause fo re- 
main, Jer. 4:14. Hith. \$bt}T\ 
lodge, remain, Ps. 91 : 1 ; Job 39 : 28. 
|Y?JD m. — I. lodging-house, inn. — II. 
quarters (as of soldiers). — III. 
tent, cot, hut; f. PO-vD- 

II. H /. Niph. j'vJ complain, murmur; 
with ?V. against; fut. pi. \lp\- 
Hiph. jvH the same; fut. apoc. 
\)% «^!J part.D*?^ 
jmSri f. pi. (with suff. D}*J)3^l), 
murmurings. 

yY? swallow, Obad. v. 16. 
J>$ m., //iroaf, Pro. 23:2. 

YX? deride, scorn, Pro. 9:12; part, y? 
scorner. Hiph.^vH derided; part. 
Y'w'Q interpreter, _ orator, ambas- 
sador. Hith. f*>*i?nn was mock- 
ing, Isa. 28:22. 
|iv? m., derision, Pro. 1:22. 
iTSvP f. — I. interpretation. — II. say- 
ing, parable, enigma, Pro. 1:6; 
,Hab. 2:6. 

L/^ / /weati dough. 

CM^ p.n. of a man, same as t^v- 

riy; see HI?- 

rTU 1 ?; seeT-1 1 ?. 

nn 7 rootnotused ; (Arab, cheek-bone). 

s r$, with pause *rf? f. (dual D?TI?; 

const. V.n?). — I. c/ieeA, joto. — II. 

••n? and "'hp riEH p.n., a place on 

the borders of Philistia. 

Pill / root not used; (Arab, eyes wet 
with tears). 



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-V2? 



J"!}!!/ f. Ch., concubine, Dan. 5:2, 

T V23. 
fPl/ (T n ^) oppress, afflict; part. 
D^l' oppressors. Niph. wjoj 
pressed, injured, Nu. 22: 25. 
*/rP m. oppression, affliction. 

^PH. PLEPrft; part. pi. D^r^p 

whisperers, pronouncers of charms. 
Hith. mwe 0/, secretly consider, 
discuss. 
E>n? m. — I. whisper. — II. incantation, 
charm. — III. pi. D^'n? amulets, 
Isa. 3:20. 
DJ, bS ; see &6. 

XtO / (Arab, cleave to the ground). 
T]Hu? f., a kind of lizard. 

$U°? sharpen. Pu. part, fc^p sharp- 
ened, Ps. 52:4. 
rri^> ; see O^. 

7?7 (const. M?) rhb (pi- niW) m. 

— I. wig7i£. — II. time of adversity; 

adv. rm, n'M, r6£a, rifrj?? % 

mgM ; n?v1 DDV day and night. 
W m., ntg-W,' Isa. 21:11. 
tf£*5? m. Ch., mg-Af. 
rivv f-> screech owl, Isa. 34 : 14. 
W 1 ? p. n. of a man, 1 Chron.20:5. \Q; see ]*b. 
nbn?D f. — I. tattte, war. — II. in- \ l'lD'9 Kal inf. with pref. and dag. eu- 

t t : • . 

struments of war, Ps. 76:4; nt^JJ 1 phon., from 1D\ 
HOnte with HN, Dy marie war; ! nnp^h for nnp^; see Flp\ 

'D fc^N warrior, soldier; 'D Dy 1 M :,L 

ttt ^ ^ • i k7 7 m. — I. 

the same. — III. erenf of war, vic- 
tory, Ecc. 9: 11. 
nipn^p f., the same; with suff. 

'''Sriiprbn- 

DDIl? p. n. of a place in the tribe of 
Judah. 



n? m., moist, green, fresh, new. 
rb m. (with suff. n'rb Deu. 34:7), 
vigour of youth. 

IfY? (inf. tfrfc) and Pi. "qrfc licked, 
Nu. 22:4, lapped up (as a dog); 
with "13y //cfc Me dust. 

Drl7(fut.Dn^; inf.Dh^; imp. D IT?). 
— I. eat, feast upon, devour; with 
3 0/; S]KH ""PO? consumed of fever. 
—II. ma&e, wage war, with 7, 
n«- Niph. DH^I (inf. abs. On?? ; 
fut. pi. -IDnpfl). — I. make war; 
with 3, Si/, Oy, ^ against; 
with V /or.— II. with 3, ?JJ be- 
siege. 

D-IPip m. — 1. eating, feasting (with 
suff.to-tn 1 ?).— II. flesh (with suff. 
08$ Zep. 1:17). 

On? com. — I. provision ; iOn?3 ^y 
tree with its provision, i. e. fruit, 
Jer.ll : 19.— II. feast.— III. oread 
— IV. bread-corn, Isa. 28 : 28 ; 
COSH Dm? (aprocroT; 7rpofJW7ro?;) 
shew-bread, ht. bread of the pre- 
sence. 

Drip m. Ch., a feast, Dan. 5:1. 

DPI? m. (inf. Pi.), const, tin? war, 
Jud. 5:8. 



strong lion. — II. p. n. of 
a man. — III. of a town hi the 
north of Palestine. 

$, nrfe, s£ imp., from ^n, -jb». 

I J 7 I. ta/ee, (as a beast in toils, cap- 
tives in war, &c.) — II intercept 



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nno 



Niph. was taken. Hith. was, be- 
came adhering, Job 41 -.9. 
1p7 m., capture, Pro. 3:2G. 
1113?!? f., snare, <m/>, Job 18:10. 

12 9 imp. of ?fc* ; PD*? for ^ ■ see b. 

riD? p. n. of a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 

£^37 p. n. of a city in the tribe of 
Judah. 

|5^ ; see |3, h fc6. 

T)hh Kal inf.,' from ^H, "|^\ 

riVs^; see 1 ?-') 1 ?. 

*ID/ (fut. irf? 7 ).— I. accustom to, 
with 7fc>. — II. learn, with ace. inf. 
Pi. 113 7. — l.accustomto. — 11. teach, 
with 7 of the person, and 3 of 
the thing taught. Pu. 113?.— I. 
was accustomed. — II. was taught. 
1-1©7, 1ft7 m. — I. accustomed. — II. 

trained, taught. — III. disciple. 
IDpp m., ox-goad, Jud. 3:31. 
Tip 1 ?)? m., learner, 1 Ch. 25:8. 
nlp^.'n^ why; see ID. 
"ID 1 ? ; see h. 

htihzb* ^Wth P- n - or title of k ^g So- 
lomon, Pro. c. 31. 
Tjp? p. n. of a man, Lamech. 

jyrf? ; see ruy- 

13 1 ? Zee. 5:4, for PI A Kal pret. f., from 

V|T [ • TIT 

•12? for -133? Kal pret. pi., from \V- 
w£} Kal part, pi., from \V- 
y? throat; see y-v. 

D^y. Hiph. riiiu-n/ing-, deriding, with 
3, 2 Chron. 36:16. 

3J?7 (fut. 3y^.) wioc/j, deride, scorn. 
T Niph. stammer, Isa. 33: 19. Hiph. 
mock, with 3, 7>, ?y- 



Hy? m. — I. derision, ridicule. — II 
cause of derision. 

tyh m., mocker, Ps. 35: 16. 
niy? p. n. of a man. 
jiy? p.n. of a man. 

»ly 7 was rash, Job 6:3. 

]y / spo&e barbarously, Ps. 114:1. 

£0y/« Hiph. feed, give to eat. 

]V./ (Arab, drove away). 
T~l)])? f. — I. wormwood. — II. metaph. 
distress. 

rJD/ m., lamp or torch. 
ri'll' 1 ©? p. n., Lapidoth the husband of 

Deborah. 
*l4?* Wi?! seeD*3B or PI3Q. 
nS/ turned to, towards, Jud. 16:29. 
Niph. turned about. 

niav? for ninvC/' Hi P h - inf - with 

pref., from 12V. 
|Vs7 scorn; see f*-l7- 

V^7, part. D^VV' scorners, Hos.7:5. 
E3lp7 p. n., a town in the tribe of 
Naphtali. 

Hp7 (fut. n$\; inf. abs. Kip 1 ?; const, 
nnp; imp. Pip 7, nj?; with pause 
Pl|?; with n parag. Pinp).— I. take, 
with 2 — II. idiom, like the Eng- 
lish take and do. — III. take away. 
— IV. take possession of. — V. re- 
ceive. Niph. Plp73 was taken. 
Pu. nj?7 same as Niph. Hoph. 
(fut. nj?' ! the same). Hith. part. f. 
nrjpvnib being taken with, i. e. 
mixed, mingled with (of fire), 
Ex. 9:24, Eze. 1:4. 
Hp7 m., taking, receiving, specially 
instruction ill religion. 






*nj?? P- n. °f a man. 



dual 



rflp?P m., capture, spoil ; 

D^n'ppD the jaws. 
B?ng$p m. dual. — I. tongs. — II. 

snuffers. 
D?np?P m. dual, the same. 
npp m., accepting (of gifts), 2 Chron. 

T 1 9 : 7 . 
niilpp f. pi., merchandise, Neh. 

10 T ;32. 

DD7 and Pi. tDj?p co//ec^, gather, 
glean. Pu.andHith.iyas gathered. 
ttp]? m., collecting, gleaning. 
LMpv^ m., frag or pwrse, 1 Sa. 17:40. 

pp7 Z/c/e (as dogs); fut. pV; pi. 
'•lpV. Pi. part. D^j?^? licking. 

^D7 (Syr. late). Pi. cu£, crop, Job 
24:fi. 
J^p? m., k^er gra^s, aftermath, Am. 

7:1. 
K'ippD m., the latter rain (in March 
and April). 
X~b for &h^> Kal inf. with pref., from 
SO*. 



( 137 ) IKO 

("I3E/7 f., chamber, specially those 
attached to the temple; with H 
parag. !"iri3K>? £o Me chamber ■ 

pi. m:^. 

\ t : 

DL^7 m - — *• tig ure > a precious stone; 

LXX. Xiyvpiov. — II. p.n. of a city 

called also Wy an ^ II- 

])W*? p. n. of a city not far from Sodom 

nV for nib with pref. nbb Kal inf., 

from 'lh\ 

/ m., measure (of capacity), the 
half-homer, Hos. 3:2. 

yr\7 (Arab, he bites). 
niyn?P f. pi., teeth, Ps. 58:7. 
r"ri$5n?? f. pi. (trans.), teeth. 



-\vh 



(Arab, sucking). 
~]W? m. (with suff. *~Cv) moisture, 
Ps.32:4; \DWr\ "IB*? perhaps ,/fctd i 
oil, Nu. 11:8. 

\)&7 com.— I. tongue; f\wh GJ»K ca- | 
lumniator. — II. language. — III. j 
nation, com munity (having one lan- 
guage). — IV. tongue of flame, Is. 
5 : 24. — V. tongue (wedge) of gold, 
Jos. 7:21,24. 

\wh. Po. part, with * parag. *}m?l? 
calumniator, Ps. 1 1 : 5. Hiph. the 
same, Pro. 30 : 10 . 

RP? com. Ch., tongue, language. 



U pref. prep.; see jp- 
HD Ch., same as HD. 
D-IUXP m., granary, see D3N- 
n«D; see 1-1 «• 

n^O const, f. — I. a hundred ; dual 
Q\nXD two hundred; pi. JYlfrSp 
hundreds; JYlNp WW six hundred ; 
rriKD reb^ eigM hundred.— II. a 
hundred fold. — III. a hundredth 
part, Neh. 5: 11. — IV. p. n. of one 
of the towers of Jerusalem, Neh. 
3:1. 
HMD f. Ch., a hundred; dual priKD 

t : ' • - t 

£w;o hundred. 
D^KD de«re«j see fflK. 
D-ltfD; see D-1»- 
HE-IKD; see HD. 
"llKD, HT-IKP curse; see "TIN 
D^TKb, i^TXb balances; see jTK. 
^N*p, rfe«P, n^^P; see?3K 
|XD m. Ch., vessel. 

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lie 



jXft or fN£. Pi. |Xp (inf. ?«»; fut. 
|N>12>*) refuse, be unwilling. 
fKD m., refusing. 
|fc<P m., pi. D'OXp recusants. 

DXD (inf. D1K£ ; const, with suff. 
DDWD ; fut. DK»*).— I. desjyise, 

t t; t ~ : • 

reject. — II. se£ a£ nought, lightly 
esteem, with 21. Niph. I. was 
despised, rejected. — II. same as 
Dpft. Niph. dissolve, waste, Ps. 
58:8; Job 7:5. 

PIBKP baked; see PIBK. 

bBKD, i$3K£; see ^Stf- 

*"1N£D (Arab, irritate a wound). Hiph. 
TKpn irritated, pained ; T)]n^ 
]"njS»PP the inflamed leprosy. 

2T1XD ambush; see 2HK. 

t~: ~ 

rn£$p curse, see Vltf. 

3~lNip from the; see DX- 

ni^Qp separations; see 7*121 

Ki2tp enfn/; see K12t- 

n2)-12ip confusion; see "JJ-121- 

>13P deluge; see ?21\ 

HD-IIltD treading down; see D-121. 

D^312tp understanding ; see }-12l- 

J^-IBP spring; see JD3. 

np-12ip uotd; see p-121. 

D^ID, D^2ip prudence; see ^3- 

liniD,' inip c/ioice; see "IHI- 

D2P, L32jp'%?e; see E2l3. 

KtlOp rashness; see XLD21. 

nt?2ip confidence; see nt2G- 

UP for K*2>D Hiph. part., from KIS- 

]"P3y2ip exhilaration; see 3?2i- 

HJgbVp &e*wfc»; see Hj£>3 in r6n. 

n^ip building; see H31- 

^Vp for s D2lp, 2Sa. 23:27. 

^njbp for ^innjnp pi - P art - f - with 

suff., from HJJ21- 



l^np fortress; see *l¥2t. 

n3"^«"13» comp.of HD, 21 and H3^K"1 

T ■ T ~ r T'T T 

JU m., y?re worshipper, magian, Jer 

39:3. 
fc^Sap p. n. of a place or person. 
ni?213p devices; see?2l3- 
Tfffi$Q mitre; see jm 

1*1 D (Arab, glory). 

Tip m., excellence, glory. 

Wap, fn}P p.n., a city of the Ma- 

nassites in the tribe of Issachar; 

LXX. MayeSSta; taiOTlEj?? wrf- 

tey o/ Megiddo ; Hip '•p 6roo/ L 

Kishon. 
nii^ap f. pi., choice, precious things. 
/frO^ap p. n. of a prince of the 

Edomites. 
^D, Vnap p.n.; see Hi- 

J iJU p. n. of a people and country, 
Magog. 

ni3D, "vi3», muiD, m-uio; see mi. 

t t ' t ; ' t : 

rnnp axes; see "IT3- 

?HP sickle; see 733. 

n?3E> mound; see 7?3- 

H7330 desire; see DE>3. 

t - : 

uD, Pi. |SP gw, give freely. 
|3D, H33P; see J33- 
ITTjttp* re&ttfte; see 1V3- 
JlSap plague; see P|33- 
B>JPB30 p. n. of a man. 

*"uO, part. pi. const. "H/iap fallen, dt 
livered up, Eze. 21:17. Pi. "ljJK 
casf down. 
"I3p Ch. Pa. "I3p cast down, Ezr 

6:12. 
piap p. n., a town in the tribe of 
Benjamin. 
m3D saw; see "f)3. 

T" I 



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1ND 



•"lETUp furrow ; see fp*t. 

BHifo; see trill. 

"lH*iD wilderness; see im. 

"TO (pret. -nip, ^P; fut - ^?J)- 

— I. extend a line. — II. measure. 
— III. apportion, Isa. 65 : 7. Niph. 
(fut. 173?) fce, can be, measured. 
Pi. T"ip measure (see also in 1*13). 
Po. Tfltt the same, Hab. 3:6; 
« viewed" (Lee); see I'D. Hith. 
Tipnn extended, stretched out. 

IP m. — I. measure, extent; with suff. 
HIP; pi. D'lp. — II. w^per g-ar- 
ment, tunic, with suff. lip, "HP; 
pi. D^P, HP- — HI. hammer- 
cloth, covering for a throne, Jud. 
5: 10.— IV. |HD p.n., a city in the 
desert of Judah. 

PHD f. (m. Neh. 3:30).— I. extent, 
measure; nip feJ^X taJJ maw, 
1 Chron. 11:23; D'np 0*3 spa- 
cious /lowse, Jer. 22: 14; 4 p k flip 
measure of my days. — II. tribute. 
—III. vesture, Ps. 133:2. 

i-HD, rT"ti» f. Ch., frtfewte. 

t • t : • 

D^ipp m. pi., extents, measure, Job 

38:5. 
1TB m. (pi. with suff. DrvnP). g^- 

mew£. 
l"nD m., height, tallness, 2 Sa. 21:20; 

see also in }H. 

HVIft disease; see iTl 1 "!. 
v : - t t 

fi^n-np drivings out; see 11*13. 

yjnp to%; see*rr\ 
niarnp; see cjnn. 

♦*TO f.', Media, the Medes; HD Ch. a 
Median, const, emph. il&OD the 
same. 

•""LP; see Pl». ^D; see ^T. 

)Hp p. n., the son of Abraham and 



Keturah; W» m., JTOHE f., a 

•t : • • t : • 

Midianite. 
P"-|P pi. for D^P; see 11? in lift. 
ri3HD; see p.. 
HSip mortar; see TJ-II. 

jpip, rup-jo, napip; see pn. 

p T P, D'Jipj see \% 

V^P, VIP; see JH\ 

11D Ch., same as "VnJD habitation; 

see "VH. 
T|"inp; see tyi. 
NrnO with art. SniBil p. n.the father 

T T : T T I ~ r 

of Haman. 

mU, ~riQ, t\u inter, pron. — I. what? 
t ) j- ? r . 

n; *"?"np tc/*ai wilt thou ? ^Tip 
TI?1 what have I to do with thee ? 
— II. how ? how much ? — III. for 
what? why? — IV. what? what 
sort ? — V. something, anything, 
anything whatever; ...£> HD that 
which, the thing which (in the 
book of Ecclesiastes only); Tip 
K"VI3 how terrible; H-TD for FTTHO 
what is this? DD?P what mean 
ye? Isa. 3:15; **fE% for T^ 
sufficiently, 2 Chron. 30:3. Com- 
pounds: n^>3, npra why? how? 

wherefore? \Tt52, HlpS how many ? 
how long? how much? !"lw?, i"!u? 

° I T|T ' T T 

why? r\-\ Ho? why? wherefore? 
n±>frnipb T (for '3 HlO^) because 
ai first," 1 Chron. 15:13; nOHj; 
/iow; Zong\? HJD"?^, np~?JJ where- 
fore? 

T\12 (NO) Ch., m%, wherefore? STnp 
*Aa* wAtcA f Dan. 2:28,29; PID?, 
nD"S^ wherefore? nD3 fcoi«? 
/low much? so much? Dan. 3:33 ; 
H HD fAa/ which. 

flD-IKB (comp. of .ID-I HO or i« HE 

T ; x * T T T 



nno ( 140 ) 

fflO) any thing; with *6, |*gti ?S I 
?io £ /ling 1 , 
nnto. Hith. nDHOnn de/ay, ton'y, 

- T " 

wait. 

niyiT\D tumult ; seeD-IPI- 

t : 

|fc>inp p.n. of a Persian eunuch. 
^fcOP^np p. n. — I. of a man, Neh. 6: 
10. — II. of a woman, Gen. 36:39. 
(P^HP Ch., Aph. part, pass.; see-jBK. 
|*»nnnp Ch. Aph. part.; see nnj- 
IJjid Ch. Pe. inf., from TJ-in. 

7i"!D part.^-inD debased, adulterated, 

Isa. 1:22. 
anonD Eze. 7-.i1, from DH; see 

'* nbk 
niyvpnp for niy yipo Hoph. part. f. 

pi., from V^p- 
I.^np ftarten, ftwrry, Ps. L6:4. Pi. 

"inp Ziasfew, /mm/; used as an 

auxiliary, e. g. -irpB* VffJD <Aey 

soon forgot, Ps. 106: 13, &c. Niph. 

inp? was hasty, hurried, rash. 
"VPlD m., ready, quick, skilful, hasty, 

speedy. 
in?D m., milD f., quick, ready, hasty, 

speedy, speed; rnnp?, rnnp~*lJJ, 

!TiniD adv., quickly, readily, 

speedily. 
II.inD endow (a wife with a dowry), 

Ex^22:15; or 6wy (a wife with a 

dowry)- 
inb m., gift or dower (present made 

by a suitor to the parents of a 

damsel). 
nnD p. n., one of David's generals. 
3fcs'lD p.n. — 1. of a man, Moab, the 

descendant of Lot. — II. f., the 

land of Moab, situated between 



the Dead Sea and the river Arnonj 
m. *3KiO, f. n s 3«*1D, rV3Kl» a 

• T ' T • -: • T 

Moabite. 
WlD same as TIE) over against, Neh. 

12:38. 
'^.y^ entrance; see K13- 

T 

^D (fut. S-tDJ.— I. /ow.— II. dwoZt-c, 
me/Z (indicating weakness). Niph. 
j'lDJ were dissolved, undone. Pil. 
HID I. dissolve, Ps. 65:11.-11. 
waste away, Job 30:22. Hith. 
was dissolved, undone. 

TlD Kal not used; see BIB- Po. 
ITlE) moved, Hab. 3:6. 
T'pn m. — I. perpetuity. — II. per- 
petual. — 111. continually; JTD)]) 
TpFlH the continual, i. e. daily 
offering; TpFIH DIT? the bread 
constantly placed in the temple. 

jnto, srifo, njnto; seejm 

DID (fut. B-IDJ totter (to a fall), /ail. 
Niph. LiiOJ 6e moved, tottering. 
Hiph. fut. •■iL^P' 1 cause to fall, come 
down. Hithpo. be moved, Isa. 
24:19. 
\y\D m. — I. tottering, vacillating. — 
II. pole, staff. — III. yoke (for bur- 
dens), Nah. 1:12. 
\Vy\12 f., pole or staff. 

TpD same as TJDD become indigent. 

/•ID circumcise. Niph. I. teas circum- 
cised. — II. circumcise one's self. Pil 
y?i» cut off, Ps. 90 : 6. Hiph. cu 
off, down , Ps. 1 18 : 10-12. Hithpo 
SVlDnn is cut off, down, Ps. 58 : 8. 

S-IO 6to J>eu. 1:1, ^Ki» Neh. 12: 
38). — I. near, with. — II. opposite, 
over against, avriicpv : compounds 



•1» ( 141 ) 

7-1D~7>X before, over against; "?#, 
\3S 7& in front of, before; ^lDD 
/row before, opposite. 
fQ-ID f. (pl.flSlD), circumcisions, Ex. 
T 4:26. 

nnViD, ni^iD, TbiD; see-tV 

TT VV 

D-lD (Q-1XD) m., spof, blemish from 

disease. 
nD-lD Hoph. part., from fUD. 
pD; see |»p. 

2WD Hoph. part.; seeSDD- 
ID-ID, ."HD-1D, n'npiD ; see nov 
^]D-1D porch; see "pD- 
"IpiD (from -JDK), pi. ED^piD and 

nitpiD chains. 
IpiD and ni- p.n. of a place in the 

wilderness. 
ID-ID bonds; see "ID\ 

nyiD, nyiD, rnyiD, rnyiD; seeiyv 

nj/lD, nny-ID assembly ; see ^^D- 
rny-ID for nitflO Kal part, f., from 

VT 1VD. 
P,JMD darkness; see F|-iy- 
nijhD counsel; see'rT 
npy-IDpam; see p-IJJ- 
n6iD sign; see nS 11 . 



niD 



V-ID. part. |*P oppressor, Isa. 16:4. 

PD, pfo m., chaff. 

^D m., pressing, squeezing (cream to 
make butter), Pro. 30:33. 
KV1D, nfcTCiD; see X'iV 
K's'-ID Hoph. part., from «¥*• 
P'i-ID, nj?yiD /*««/, ccsi; see p2>- 
PV-1ID, p^lD; seep-1*. 

D^. Hiph. p^pn mocft, irwtttt, Ps. 
1 73:8. 

IpiD, rHplD burning; see 1p*. 
E^piD snare; see ^p 1 *- 

*"hD Hiph. n^Dn — I. change, alter, 



with 3 — II. exchange. Niph. 
~iD3 ?m$ changed, Jer. 48 : 1 1. 

- T a ' 

m-lDFl f. — I. equivalent, recompense. 
—II." restitution, Job 20: 18. — III. 
exchange, Ru. 4:7. 
8710; see &TT. 
Q^l'lD for Dn'lD Hiph. part, pi., from 

fn*. 

infe or ^HlS m.(pl. D>iiib,D^niD) 

threshing wain. 
"WlD descent, declivity; see TV- 
rTTlD, Ps. 9:21, same as frTliD /ear; 

see also in JTID; !T"fiD teacher; 

TT V 

see PIT- 
t3"TlD rwm/ see tTV. 
n*"liD p.n., same as rP"]D- 
D^n ; iD for D^TlD pi., from yi)D- 
^TlD, nt^l'lD possession, inheritance 
T see Bh». 

I. &V2 I. move. — II. remove, Zee. 
3:0. Hiph. ^pn. I. move, de- 
part. — II. remove, put away. — III. 
cease, desist, Jer. 17:8, with |D. 

S^Jft same as ^^D /ee/, Gen. 

27:21, &c. Hiph. the same, Ps. 

115:7, &c. 
WD, ^D p. n. of a man. 
n^'lD dwelling, 8fc. ; see 3^- 
niD^D; see "|^D- 
niy^iO salvation; see y^- 

rflD (pret. Tip; 1. pers. W; pi. 
•inp; part. nD; f. HflD ; inf. 
abs. niD; const. j"V)D; imp. TiD; 
fut. n-1DJ ; apoc. HID*, nD>l) die 
(of man or beast). Pil. nfliD 
put to death, caused to die. Hiph. 
n^Dri the same. Hoph. nD-in was 
caused to die. 
HID m. (with H parag. nniD; const. 

VT v r ° T :|T 



[I. 



ni» 



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;no 



rfO; with suff. 'mitt; pi. D^n'lO). I ^nft smte> c i ap; with S)3,T hands 
—I. death; njO £3^P sentence | T p L the same , Eze. 25:6. 
of death, Deut. 19:6 ;' nj»"|? or I Knp Ch., rfrucfe, smote. Pa. exult, 
'D'EJ^K one gwdty o/ a capita/ T jjan. 4:32. Ithp. was smitten, 
crime.— II. Me graue; HJO 'llj? Ezr. 6:11. 

gates ©y death.— 111. p««on dead, | ^nft ch. Aph. part., from feOn-.seetfn 
Isa. 38:18.— IV. pestilence.— V. | 5^3 nD, D*&On» hiding-place; see 
destruction, ruin. 
HID m. Ch., deai/i. 

niDD m., pi. D^n'l^P dea£/is, Jer. 16: 
4; Eze. 28:8. 

nn-VOn f., death ; nn-1DJ?"|3 con- 






damned to death 
iniD abundance; see ")]V- 
KJ1D, with suff. nnp Ch. Pe. inf., from 

rDTP attar; see HIT- 
jlTD (Arab, mixture); see 1Jp». 
3T.P m., mixed wine, Cant. 7 :3. 
HID exhausted, reduced (by famine), 

T Deut. 32:24. 
PUD for Hf ftp, from no- 
n-Tp p. n. of a man. 
D^lTD celter; see HIT- 
PltitP door-post; see T-1T- 
|1tD /ood; see J-1T- 
I'lTD bandage; see TIT- 

T 

njD, ITU? m.— I. a gird/e. — II 

*pr ide »J° bl2:21 - 

mp for fTKP Hiph. part., from ]TK. 

n^-TD; see'fe 

&*», mi® fork; see37T- 

HttTP invention; see DOT- 

litDtb, nnpTD, n'nP|P; see "IDT. 

D^TP, niTP;'see HIT. 

nnjb ; see ?T3- 

miib easJ; see mi- 

pnfp cap; see pIT- 

no, nb; see nno- 



Kin- 

ni?np, niisnp; see inn- 

ninp frying-pan ; see nun- 
nHD I. wipe away.— II. arrive a*, 
T Nu. 34: 11, with ^. Niph. (fut. 

apoc. np" 1 .) it'as Wotted out. Hiph. 

(fut. apoc. npH) blot out. 
^np m., striking, Eze. 26:9. 
nilrip compasses; see 3-1i~l- 
Tinp harbour; Tin. 
^•••inp, ^^OP p. n., a descendant of 

Cain. 
D^inp p. n. of a place unknown. 
VinO, r6hnp dance; see Tin. 

n.Tnp, rnnp, ntenqP; see n?n. 

HMD (Arab, marrow). 

- T 

[ID m., fat, rich. 
nb m., marrow, Job 21:24. 
I KTHp p. n. of a man. 

i n^noj see nin, n^n- 

I "l^PHD price; see ItlD- 

\ n^np, n^np, rbm fhm* ??»■ 

\ T ' D^np*; see nfyl- 
! nVnp fto/e; see ??n- 
I ^QP, nte/>DP; see fpn> 
\ ngfcp, n1p?0»; see p?n. 

! n$np, rbnv-, see n?n. 

! '•n'pfip Meholathite; see 73K- 

riiKonp; see aon- 

jn>:pnP; see | 4 Dn- 

I }np Ch. Pe. inf., from pn« 



3nD ( 143 ) 

n3n)p, D^jPip camp; see Hill. 

nbnp, npno, njpn»j see nDn. 

D'lDfip curb; see DDn. 
D3pnD part, of the quadriliteral verb 
DSpri; see f]DPI- 

ytlft (fut. fnp^).— I. dash violently 

(the head to pieces) — (the foot into 

blood), Ps. 68 -.22.-11. shoot arrows, 

Nu. 24:8. 

|*nD m., contusion, bruise, Isa. 30:26. 

nynp, rvyDP; S ee nm 

D^VVriD; see in "im 

pnO destroyed, Jud. 5:26. 
SpnD; see Ipl"!- 

"IIID same as "CD- 

" T 

"VnD m. — I. price; "Vnp3 with a 
price. — II. p. n. of a man. 

ImQ m. — I. morrow, some future 
day; "HID DVH to-morrow; "IIID? 

t t : t t : 

for the morrow; "1PID H^3 and 
nX-TH D^3 inO afcim* tow *ime 
to-morrow J n^^^H "HID HJJS 

• : ~ T T ~-T 

Mis /ime Me day after to-morrow. 
— II. adv. hereafter, henceforward. 

rnnip f., to-morrow, nnnp 1 ?, rnn©p 

Me day after; D3^n' hin^S Me 
day after the sabbath ; n"in?I>P"*lJJ 
until the next day; Drnnb? adv. 

t tt; t : 

the day after. 

nghnp, nghng,- see Bhn 

f]^n6; seefj'^n- 

nn^np, nng>np; see n^n- 

?Jk^np darkness; see *]£^ri- 
nnp p. n. of a man. 

nnnp s^ove/, $c; see nnn- 

nnnp breaking, §c.; see nnn 
filDOP digging; see "in IT 



3*0 
XlDO Ch., come on, to, arrive at, with 

KPSPP; see K-Itt- 

"inpp for "inpnp Hith. part. ; see 

"into- 

i"lt3», ntSD, HtSD, HUD, nittft; see 

no:- 

nitoD ya?n; see niD- 
r : 

/OU (Arab, forged iron) : hence, 
the English word metal. 
? S PP m., iron bar, Job 40: 18. 
jiEpp treasure; see |DD- 
y^P pfcmf; see JJD3. 
D^pypp dainties; see DyD- 
nnspp mantle; see nDt3- 

ItDD. Hiph. "T'PPn rain, cause, give 

rain ; used also of lightning, hail, 

fire and brimstone, manna, bread. 

Niph. was rained on, Am. 4:7. 

"IBB m. (pi. n'fOD; const. nhUtD) 

t t v,lr t : : • 

rain, shower. 
HPP p. n. of a man. 
"npp p. n. of a woman. 
mt3», &nt3»; see "ItM- 

TT"' TT- 

P interrog. pron. — I. who? ""PTIB 



whose daughter? '•p? to whom? 
"•pTHK whom? "•pi 6y whom? 
HOTO '•D w/io can number? \F\i ""D 

T T • I .. . . 

[TITl wouM Ma£ i/ were/ }£P 'D 

2~)$ would that it were evening ! 

— II. without interrog., who, every 

one; "l£>tf ""D whoever. 
KIlTD p. n. of a city in the tribe of 

Reuben. 
TT'P p. n. of a man. 
2WQ good; sec 2W- 
fcO^P p. n. of a man, same as X^p. 
•fcO^p (who is like unto God?) p. n 



yn 



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-do 



— 1. Michael the archangel. — II. of 
a man. 
n^yD, r\yO p. n.— I. Micah the pro- 

TT T * *■ 

phet. — 1 1, also of other men. 
•in ,, D ,, D p. n. — I. of a man. — II. of a 

TT • r 

woman. 
liVO*!?, HD^P p. n. of a man. 
byb p. n T ; see ^>3K3. 

yj2 m. pi. (const. *D, WD ; with suff. 

^»n?; with n loc. nD s .??n).— i. 

water, waters, used with pi. adj., 
with verb either pi. or sing. — II. 
seed; '3 ""PP X^ whose son, des- 
cendant he is, Isa. 48:1. 

PPI-lPP p- n -» a cit y in the tribe of 

'Dan. 
n'tflDlPP p.n., a fountain near Jeru- 
salem. 

|*D, pD (Syr. family). 
PP m., kind, species, always with ? 
pref.; WO? n3 /rai( after his 
kind. 
nD-IOri f., resemblance, likeness. 

np;;p,'nip^P; see p3\ 

Jiy^P, nycp p. n., a town of the 
Levites in the tribe of Reuben. 

Y^D chaff; see flD- 

NK^P p. n. of a man. 

?NC"P p. n. of a man. 

ite^Dj see 1B». 

T^P p. n., Meshach, one of the cap- 
tivity, called also ?N£"P- 

V£"P p. n., a king of Moab. 

Jrt^P p.n., a son of Caleb. 

DnjB»D; see"l^. 

"IIVD cord; see "UT 1 - 

31K3P pain; see 3K3- 

K333P same as fl33. 

*333P p n. of a man 



12pp, "EDD carpet; see 123. 
nsbs^ro/ee; see HDD- 
n"pp burning; see i"tt3- 
flDb, nabp, fljttp ; see ]-13- 
mOD; T Bee"ft3. 

t : 

TOE) p. n., Machir the son of Manas- 
seh, Gen. 50:23; perhaps for a 
Manassite, Jud. 5:14; patronymic 
*T2D. 

* ' T 

"iJD. Niph. fut. ?jP? become trea&, 
Ecc. 10:18. Hoph. pi. -IDpn for 
•13pn fftey perish, Job 24:24.' 

/DD root not used; (Arab, empty 0/ 

- T 

uafer). 
^P m.; d^pn hy® brooks oj 
water, 2 Sa. 17:20.-11. p. n., 
Michal, the daughter of Saul and 
wife of David. 
r63D, n"l^3», see K*?3 ; nY?3p, see 

t : • ' l t : • 

Vfop, fep, D s feP; see ^3- 
nVi>P for hVbKP food; see ?3K- 
DDDp, ^p?p,Vp3p (see DD3), p.n. 
a town in the tribe of Benjamin, 

T03p, "lb?P, n^D?p ne*; see "1»3. 
nnb3D p. n., a town on the borders 

t : : • 

of Ephraim and Manasseh. 
■OTOP p.n. of a man. 
D33D breeches; see D33- 
D3b, nD?p price; see DD3- 

nppp.nsbp; see nD:D - 

nbbbD p.n. of a district near Hebron. 

t : ; - 

HDD (fut. 13p»; inf. with suff. ITOD, 
T D13P; imp. with H parag. TYXftS). 
— I. he sold, with 3 of the price. 
— II. he gave a daughter in mar- 
riage (in consideration of a gift). 
— III. he gave up men into the 



130 



( 145 ) 



*6o 



power of others. Niph. 1303 was 
sold. Hith. ISO^n L was sold — 
11. was surrendered. 
-130 m. (with suff. D130).— 1. vaiwe, 
"price. — II. valuable article, Neh. 
13:16. 
*»-|3P p. n. of a man. 
-1300 m., rn.300 f. — I. safe. — II. 
thing sold. 
130 relative; see 133. 
ni3D pit of salt; se,> 113- 
nS5p sword; see 1-1 3- 
*JVpb Macherathite, patron. 1 Chron. 

11 :36. 
y^?P, H^bp; seefe3- 
3H30 writing; see 3H3- 
nripO breaking; see JirD. 
DFDO ; see DJ13. 
^Flbp mortar; see ^H3. 

X^fc, xSo (fut. s6p* ; inf. n*6p). 

T _l j. ^ii/ D^p^n •!«?» ^ ^ j 
sftie/rfs, i. e. enlarge them so as to I 
cover you, Jer. 51:11; *1J K /O I 
yHJed Me /*awd, i. e. conferred an 
office. — II. fulfil, execute fully, ! 
thoroughly; P1S3V K^O /ier war- j 
/are is accomplished; *B"?0 ntfpO j 
my sou/ is /«M, Ex. 15:9*. Niph. 
K*?03 (fat. &6»*) is full, filled, 
with JO, *?. PL KM?, K?0 (mf. 
5^0, rW?0; fut. ^0^.).— 1. /uZ- 
^ (of time, promise, &c.). — II. 
fill the hand, i. e. consecrate to the 
priest's office.— III. fill as a vessel 
(with accus. |0), insert, i. e. fill in, 
of the stones in the breast-plate, 
Ex. 28: 17. — IV. used with other 
verbs, &c, implying the comple- 
tion of their action; T\W$2 ilj '& 
he fully drew the bow, lit. filled his 



hand with, 2Ki.9:24; -1^0 -ISIS 
cry out strongly ; "HnK fc\?0 /mJ- 
yMted the followings, i.e. followed 
fully. Pu. part. QwPP ./^fed 
wiM g-ems, Cant. 5 : 14. Hith. fut. 
j-IK^PlV they are fully set against 
me, Job 16: 10. 

i6p Ch., filled, Dan. 2:35. Hith. 
was filled, Dan. 3:19. 

*6» m., i"l*6p f., /h« (used as N?0, 

"see above Pi. IV.); &60 ^03 /uM 

(i. e. just), money ; K?0 ""O teoferi 

o/ fulness (i. e. ample), abundant ; 

n'tpi &6p /wj o/ <%s, Jer - 

6 : U . 
*6p, K"6p, &P m.— I. ./iMing, /«/- 
wess; *|3 $0 Me ,/EJZiBg- of the 
palm, palm full; ITS D3\>3PI 'O 
fcoM i/owr closed hands full of ashes, 
Ex. 9:8; lflO'lp 'O his full sta- 
ture, lSam.28:20— II. multitude, 
Gen. 48:19. 
H^O f., overplus, excess of corn and 
wine which was to be offered to 
the Lord, Ex. 22:28; Nu. 18:27. 
TAZ&V for n*6p Kal inf., from *6o. 
D^3K|?P O for DD^P pi., from ^O. 
i-VlpO m., p. n. — I. a certain part of 
the citadel of Jerusalem, called also 
fcO^D J"P3 2 Ki. 1 2 : 2 1 .—I I . a castle 
of the Sichemites, Jud. 9:6,20. 
1^?P, ntf-1?0 f., insertion of gems 

T (see above fc6o Pi. III.). 
D*K?0 m. pi. — 1. inauguration, conse- 
cration (of priests). — II. "03X 
2^?0 set (inserted jewels); see 

n*6p. 

nX?0 f., Cant. 5:12, fulness, perhaps 
prominency, some peculiar mode of 
setting jewels. 



ste 



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bttto 



SKOD, ii3&6», n-13fc6ft, *3K^» ; see 

• t s - f t t: t ; - ■ t : 

J*- . . 

^•127P same as (ft 3? clothing ; see 

J37P fcricfc &i/n; see pA 

H?p saying; see /?D. 

$P for -1fc6» Kal pret. pi., from &6». 

■Jpfo, n>17D rule; see ^D. 

ffe, na-to'tnn; see tt 1 ?. 

I. Pl/ft. Niph. n?P? pass away, 

vanish, Isa. 51:6. 
Dwp m. pi., rolling, passing away, 
Jer. 38:11, 12. 

II. HTO (from r6D), salted, Ex. 30: 

35. Pu. part. flpbp. Hoph. sattoi, 

Eze.l6:4. 
n^D m., salt; rb'tpr\ m & Jhe salt sea, 

i. e. the Dead Sea; rfrp TV")? co- 

venant of salt, i. e. perpetual, Nu. 

18:19. 
rhft m. Ch., soif. 
rfc Ch., eat salt, Ezr. 4:14. 
ITlVp m., liXiixog, salt plant, (halimus 

atriplex — Linn.). 
n?D m., pi. D^npD sailors. 
nn??0 f., saZ£ land, waste. 
n^npD war; see QIT?. 

i t t : • 

D^D. Pi. &;>», tD^D.— 1. cause to 
escape, slip. — II. deliver, save. — III. 
hatch (of eggs), Isa. 34:15. Hiph. 
same as Pi. Niph. was delivered, 
set at liberty, saved. Hith. same 
as Niph. 
D?p m., clay. 
r"Vp?p p.n. of a man. 
JYiPyP ears of corn; see ??0. 

DW£ Hi P h - P art - P 1 ' from !*'• 
JTifvP saying; see f-1?. 



"H /D reigned; with 3, }JJ waj made a 
king. Hiph. mak any one a king, 
with p. Hoph. was made king, 
Dan. 9:1. Niph. took, sought, 
counsel. 
^>D m. (with suff. »3*?p ; pi. D^P. 
^7P) /ang, applied to God and 
also to idols; Tj?pn Ifffl rot/a/ 
M?aj/. — II. p. n. of a man. — III. 
T]i?pn pl?% p.n., a valley not far 
from the Dead Sea. 
D m. Ch., king. 
_ m. Ch., counsel, Dan. 4:24. 
•qfe, with art. "^foil Mo\6 x , Moloch, 

an idol of the Ammonites. 
n^PD f., gueen. Ch. the same. 
n2)?p p. n. of a daughter of Haran. 
nrfep f., Q)P^ ; n '» Me queen of 
Heaven, Ashtoreth, Astarte, an idol 
of Canaan. 
?~l3?b p. n. of a woman. 
1J$b 0>^P, -IS^P) P- n. of a man. 
PD-PP f., rate, government, royalty. 
nO/p i.,rule, kingdom, royal dignity . 
■late, n-'DSp f. Ch., the same. 
7&03/P p. n. of a man; '•—patron. 
nj3?b, -injS^lO p.n. of a man. 
pTSP37E? p.n., Melchizedek, king of 

Salem. 
D*V3/P p. n. of a man. 
W-^P p. n. of one of Saul's sons. 
D3te, Db?P same as ^b- 
Dpfo'for D3?"n»; see HD. 
riD^pp f. (const. nrfepP; with suff. 
fe^PP; pi. n'lD^pTD rate, reg-a/ 
government; 'O 1V3 seai o/ gu 
vernment; 'ft "VJJ capital city : 
; ft SHT rot/aJ family. 
TVD^PP const. n-ID^PP f., the same 



announce, 



pil-Aft tray, see 13^. 

77p speaking. Pi. S.^P 
fell. 

TvD Ch. Pa. ??P speak, announce. 

life f. (pi. D»/>P, |4p).— I. saying-, 

argument. — II. Ming- spoken of. 
rfe f. Ch. (pi. ppD) saying, decree. 

Y2® P n - °f a man - 
*J1?P p.n. of a man. 
nWp f., pi. nft^p ears 0/ com, 
Deu. 23:26. 

"Ip'pD goatZ; see ID 1 ?. 

T* /ft. Niph. -1^yP3 a/*e become smooth, 
Agreeable, Ps.' 119:103. 

*"1^0ft a certain office in the king of 

Babylon's palace; nature of the 

office unknown, Dan. 1:11, 16. 
j 
p*^ft break, bruise, Lev. 1:15; 5:8; 

LXX. arroKvi^eiv. 

nip^p, nw\bD, dtij&P; see np)>. 

t^'lp^P latter rain; see ^p?. 
nn.n?D f., wardrobe, 2 Ki. 10:22. 

ri'iynbp jaws,- see yn?. 

Jli"l!ipp granary; see T)3- 
D^pp measures; see TITO- 
}3-1?0P p. n. of a prince of Persia. 
ITlDD, D^lliDP; see H-ID. 

iT.ftO m. — I. foreigner. — II. bastard. 
"13PP, D-13PP sate; see 130. 
n3^pp, n-lbfep kingdom ; see T?B. 

ipp, 'D^-ippV see TlD- 
Nipp p.n.'; see K"lO. 

hvvv, nhwnn, ntopfc; see too. 

]6 manna J \l6, D^O; 'see p£. 

J/D, "Jft Ch. pron. — \.who?—\l. 
what? ^"IP whoever. 



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130 



Jib, "D, ft, \?ft, *!3ft (with suff. 

pp, p'p; sin.30, -irpp; rap, 

6r\V or Drpp, |np- 'see }D in 
pb) prep. — I. from. — II. /rora om* 
of. — III. of. — IV. by. — V. because 
of. — VI. besides. — VII. among ; 
D^ap bstin she shall be bar- 
ren among women. — VIII. some of, 
part of. — IX. more than; used 
also with inf.; DJYQKB •UTTItyn 
they are worse than the fathers; 
KOip pinO sweeter than honey ; 
^pb T^K / shall be greater 
than thee; %•■•]»; -|fi1»-|0 from 
■ ••unto; |P? from thence. 
]P Ch., the same. 
rtWD; see D3£ in H3D- 

t : t ; 

rn3D same as PHD; see 1*10- 

t : • t • 

jn,3P knowledge, tyc. ; see JH\ 

uJO I. number. — II. appoint, consti- 
tute, with ?• Niph. rijpj wa\ 
numbered, with JlS- Pi. H3p ap- 
point, constitute, with ?, ?JJ- Pu. 
part. C3PP persons appointed, 
1 Chron. 9:29. 
WO, H30 Ch., numbered, tried. Pa. 

t ; t : ' * 

constituted, appointed. 
H30 m., a certain weight, perhaps of 

one hundred shekels. 
D3S f. (pi. n"Ulp) par/, portion. 

r\yo f. (pi. ni&op, nipp) par?, por . 

h'on. 
D^b m. pi., times; '12 rV^J? ten 

times, Gen. 31 : 7, 41. 
PP m., an idol, Isa. 65:11. 
fpp m. Ch., number, Ezr. 6:17. 

n'rirpp; see nm 

T13E) refuge; see "I-13- 
IT)3D, nn-130; see IT) J- 



130 



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DO 



fl3D; see |tt. 
D130, nD-130; see D-13- 
li3D; see T3. 
m'l3D; see *V)3- 
Dntlip same as D^T}- 
H^p (Arab, he gave). 
nPUO f. (pi. nhrUO; with suff. 

D?^nri3p).— I. g*/i <o mm.— II. 

io God,' meat-offering. 

nmp f. ch., gt/*. 

Dn3D p. n. of a man. 

nnip p.n.— I. of a man.— II. of a 

place. 
*|P p. n. of a place, perhaps Armenia, 
Jer. 51:27; see also in \0, \Q, 
pD. 
<lp, n"lOp, |0P; see H3D- 
PPJJB, rP^p'p- n. of a man. 
|K> m., manna, the food miraculously 
supplied to the Israelites in the 
wilderness. 
]P m. with suff. -inap part of him, 
with prep. \f? and suff. ; ''SOP 
/rom me; ^PP, ^£P; f. "#P 
from thee; ^fatt from him; 11300 
/rom fterj see JD- 
CD^D, *|P pl-i strings of an instru- 
ment, Ps. 150:4; 45:9. 
JV3D p. n., a place in Ammon. 
J?JD (fut. y3D*) feeep fcacft, withhold, 
'with |P and ^ Niph. y37?3 was 
withholden, kept back. 

bWQ> ^fip? J see ^ , 

D^OJttP delicacies; see DJ?3. 

D*V?5?3P cymbals; seejJ-13. 

n'l*p3p 6o?x'/s; see JVj?3P in Hp3- 

npapj see p3\ 

n^3P (*A«rf wfcicfi is forgotten), p.n. 



— I. Manasseh the son of Jo- 
seph, NavaaaiiQ ; patron. *tS>3P, 
n^3pn.— II. given also to othei 
men. 

njp v art '> see n ^- 

ob] DP, D^DP ; see DDO. 
Ipp, ^2pp, niHpp ; see 33D- 

napp, rnipp •, see -ud- 

TDD foundation ; see ID''- 

jiVIpp portico; see ~\1 D. 

HOP same as DDE. Hiph. HDpn 

I. dissolved, melted. — II. fainted. 
HDD, see DDE; HDD, see HD3. 
H)PP m., roii o/ Moses, Ex. 34 : 33-35. 
rD-iDp same aaPDWp hedge; seed's?. 
nDP;' see nD3. 
inpp traffic; see "inD. 

^]PD mixed. 

m., mixture, Ps. 75:9. 



^DPD mixed wine. 
•qDD.'n^DP; see "pD. 
nipp, H3DP ; see *]D3. 
{3DP, F1-133DP, riUSpp ; see pD. 
nVpp.^pP; see^D. 
Dnppp, Dnppp,nnppP; seelDD. 
DDD l. dissolve, melt.— 11. faint. Niph. 

DP3, with pause DD3 (fut. D»* ; 

inf. Dpn). — I. was dissolved, melt- 

e d. — II. enervated by fear, grief, 

pain. Hiph.pl.-IDpnecuse to faint, 

Deu. 1:28; see DSD- 
DO m., wasting, miserable, Job 6: 14. 
DP m., tribute, tax; DP? nj£l and 

iby DP 7 iVn became tributary; 

tn3 or DD 1 ? D-lb* the same; X'K 

I - T • - T • • 

DOH ?JJ who was over the tribute; 
pi. D'PP "Hb' cAie/ collectors (of 
tribute), Ex. 1:11. 



no£ 



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wn 



i"IDp f., const. HDD tribute, offering, 

T Deu. 16:10. 
Dpfi m., melting, wasting away, Ps. 

*58:9. 

VDD, VDD ; see yDJ. 
iypD prop; see^yD- 
"l|pP grie/; see 1SD. 
^iSDPproi'enier; see NaD. 

nnapp, nYnapp ; see nao. 

"I2DD mSDO number ; see "I3D- 

t : • ' vv : 

IDE), inf. mm \Uch to stir up, wring 

"out rebellion, Nu. 31:16. Niph. 

fut.-IIDZD*! were extracted, selected, 

Nu. 31:5. 
rODD L, fetters, bonds, Eze. 20:37, 

from "IDK. 
"iDb discipline; see*1D\ 
TlTlpp, "1F1PP ; see "I71D- 
lajttp work^see *T2Vi ^VP dee P> see 

T: my. 

"QJJB, n"Oy.D passage; see"OJJ. 
^iyp, bjifei H^P; see^V- 
"1]R3 vacillate. Hiph. cause *o raci/- 

late. H.oyh.made to vacillate, Fro. 

25:19. 
H_yD p. n. of a man. 
nn'yp, n^iyiD p. n. of a man. 
O^nyp, ni3T^O delicacies; see pJJ. 

HJ?D (Arab. &ou>e&). 
isVp const, *Jfl? m. pi. (with suff. 
typ, ^I^P).— I. intestines. — II. 
beUy, — in. womb. — IV. heart, 
mind. 
pjfl? m. pi. Ch., belly. 
nj}p f., l^niVP « ife extent" (Lee), 
T Isa. 48: T 19." 
jtyp cafo; see 3-iy. 
tiyD, D^-Tpp; see Tty. 
TjlpD p.n. of a man, 1 Sa. 27:2. 



see 



(tyo, D^-iya, ruiyp, >rwyp 
>. 

f)-iyO; see P|-1J?- 

"liyD nakedness; see "l-iy. 

nnjfp, -innyp p.n. of a man. 

L^yD was, became, few, small. Pi. 

bj/P the same, Ecc. 12:3. Hiph. 

t^ypn I. make few. — 11. give 

little. 
tDyp (Dj;p) a little, few; pi. D^P 

/etc; D*P Dyp a /i///e water, Gen. 

18:4; 0%D ^'np /few men, Deu. 

26:5; LDyp DJJD % little and 

little, Ex. 23 : 23 ; ' ®VJ?2 I. wi//im 

a little. — II. shortly, soon. — III. as 

a few, as nothing. 
LD'yD, f. niltyp drawn,naked (lit.6a/d), 

of a sword, Eze. 21:20. 
Htoyp garment; see ntty. 
nabyD; see 9pV- 

^yp; see my. 

*yb p. n. of a man. 
•; s yp cloak; see^yD. 
D^yb Sowek, #c; see WO. 
}^yp we//; see }$. 

, part. TJ-iyD I. pressed, 
26:7. — II. bruised, injured 
Hag), Lev. 22:24.with 3. Pu. T|yb 
pressed, Eze. 23 :3. 
roy.p, npy» p.n.— I. of a region 
and city near Mount Hermon. — 
II. a name applied both to men 
and women ; ""H^yP aMaachathite. 

^5?D (inf. VyP; fut. Wl?\, Vyp s J, do 
perversely, wickedly, rebel, with 21. 

?yp m., perverseness, sin, Job 21 :34 ; 
see also in n?]). 

Syp m., long upper garment worn 
by persons of rank. 



1 Sa. 
(0\a- 



W ( 150 ) 

ijjD, feb, n^yp, rfcyp; see nf?y. 

tyyp, ~tyw> r^p?j see ^« 

nnyp, ipyp; see n&y. 

nDpyp; "see D»y. 

D*|?PjJp depffo; see p£y. 

$P Ggofo njfiP, nj^D, rP#.0; see 

" nap. 1 

PI3'yD same as Hlj'iyp habitation; see 

for. 

|>yp p.n. of a man. 
m^yp labour; see HVJJ. 
niOjSaxe; see ISy. 

n'lVyp, "ipP; see "isy. 

npyp; see'npy. 

D^'pyp; see C^pP- 

W," nnjgp, rrjyp, rvnyp, nnyp ; 

see rriy. 
n~iyp, nnnyp; see my. 
TRB» nj"jB© f nyjJ89; see py. 

D^pnyp; see D"QJ. 
HVjyp terror; see py. 

n'^yp, *byp, n^yp; see nfe>y. 
ijpgb, -ib>yp, nntpyp; see i'^y. 
nip^yp; see pK>y. 

t)b and *p p. n., a city of Egypt. 

nap, nsp; see pibi 

n&ta'&P. flKOBP p. n. — I. a son of 

Saul. — II. a son of Jonathan. 
J»Q»; see f-1B. 

7>SP, n^Bp, n|?SP; see 731 
nN?Bp; see K73. 
iliPBp classes; see 3.73. 
ID7QP escape ; see 10 ?D- 
n^?Bp »*>J; see f?B. 
t£93p poising; see D?B. 

^SSP, rbyZQ; see 7y3. 
nybp same as nyB s p. 
^BD^BP; see }>B3. 



1VO 

*li?Bp; see *lpB. 
pBD; see pB. 
np.lBp vertebra; see p~1B. 
fenab; see blB. 

t : • 

nyb>Bp buttocks; see yK>3. 

nnBp, nriap; see nnB. 

jfiBD threshold; see jHB. 
fb c/ia/", same as Y'\D. 

KSD ( fut - K ¥^- ; imp - **¥P; P 1 - f - 

T |K¥»; inf. &*»; with suff. bpfcjHffoi 
part.' «>;'1D, «#D; f. Tixib, 
nSVb). — I. cowe *o, arrive a/. — 
II. obtain, acquire. — III. find, dis- 
cover. — IV. find, i. e. meet with, 
discover. — V. be enough, with 7, 

ny. Niph. tf^p? (fut. «*&?).— 

I. was obtained, acquired. — II. was 
found, arrived at. — III. was pre- 
sent, at hand, with 7. Hiph.^^P 1 ? 
I. cause to come, deliver up, with 
T2into the power of any one. — II. 
recompense, repay. — III. present, 
offer up. 

asp, n*p, nn->*p, nixip, rnsp, 

rQ¥P; see Ml 
rTQVK) p. n. of an unknown place. 

Mp,'*ite», nwp, rnwp, rmflDj 

' see 1«. 
H¥D swcfc, drain, wring- <wf, with 
T jp. Niph. H^pi become «/cAed, 
drained, wrung out. 
n-^p-see in f*D and mtl 
nib p. n., a town in the tribe of Ben- 

T r 

jamin. 
H?nVP neighing; see ?tV£. 

mv9; see ™t- 

rfcwft, n^-IVP dtepttj see 7-1¥. 
pfe,* p-ISD,' ng-l^lp restraint; see 



1V0 



( 15 



*Yl¥ft p. n., Egypt; '» n'feO Me wer 

0/ £g'#P'» the Nile > see als0 *^^?» 
ITltitp in l-IS. 
Q)y$h p. n. — I. a son of Ham. — II. 
Egypt. — III. an Egyptian. 

*■)«? m. ; pi. DnvP; f- nn>fD; pi. 

n'VIVP an Egyptian. 
n-VtfP contention; see !"1¥3. 

Pl¥D m - ( with suff. "inVP; pi. const, 
hi nVP), forehead. 
nnVP f-. greaves (guards for the 
T legs) lSa. 17:6. 

n?>;p, nftvp, DjnpvD ; see y?*> 

nMVP turban; Pp¥. 
ytfDfeed; seej?^. 

nyvp ; seeny^'- 

n'Vjftfp, *W T VP Kft te; see "W*- 

nivp, n l>VP ; see nD *- 

D'OS'SP hidden places; see |BV. 

VV^ suck (as an infant), Isa. 66: 11. 
n-^P f., ac,vpcv, pi. nV^P pure, un- 
leavened bread, ra a^vfia; JP! 
nV^pn V iopri) tujv aZvpwv, 
the feast of unleavened bread; 
see also in i"l¥J. 

-iVP. d^V^ 5 trouble > see " 1 " 1 ^- 
Dn.VP £?W, #c.; see "Tim 
pP rottenness; see ppO. 

nn^p, nnpp ; see np:. 

n*"lpP p.n., a town in the tribe of Judah. 

VVpV; seeKHp. 

DvllpP, ni?npp assemblies; see ?Hp- 

Hipp,' mpp %>e; see Hip- 

D'ipD p/ace; see D-1p. 

TlpD fountain; see "ftp- 

np r p T , ninpp ; see np^- 

Jti2\?Q, r\~k\?V'> see "«3p- 

7(5Q m. (const. ^pP, Vj9» ; with suflf. 

""^pp, DJ^gp; pi. n'^p), **«*. 



1 ) no 

DiPpP p. n. of a man. 
LD^pb safety; see D^p- 
nyppp sculpture; see y?p- 

rupp, njpp, -in^jpp j see mp. 

Y\?b p. n. of a place. 

yivpp, niy'vpp, niyvpp ; see y^p. 

ppO. Niph. ppj waste away, con- 
sume, fail. Hiph. ppn cause to 
waste, Zee. 14:12. 
pP m., rottenness, Isa. 3:24. 

fcOpP; see Kip- 

1T1RP, H^p ; see Hip. 

Hipp coolness; see Tip. 

"Iplpp Pi. part., from Tip. 

i"l£>pb, nV\)12 ; see H^p. 

ip,'"lb, "lib, "ID; see Tift. 

50/!2, part. n^niD rebellious, Zep. 
3:1. Hiph. pw£ /or£/i courage, Job 
39:19; see PHD- 

T T 

fcO^D m. — 1. fattened. — II. specially 

a fatted calf. 
SOD m. Ch., Lord. 
nS"ip f., crop (of birds), Lev. 1:16. 
#~)]2D p.n. — I. of a man, Mamre. — 

Il.iOpp , Oi { ?K {oaks of Mamre), 

and &OPP p. n. of a place near 

Hebron. 
SOD p. n. of a woman. 
plfcOS 'qlK'ip, '3 ^n«"»3 p. n., one 

of the kings of Babylon. 

nanp, ntop ; see n«i. 

n&&n», neriD, ntefcno, niB*n» ; 

see B>fcO. 
21P p. n., Merab, a daughter of Saul 
D^.inp coverlets; see 12"). 

r\ir\p, n2"ip, n*3-*p ; see rm 
} 4 3-ip, paVp; see ran. 

p3lp stall; see pm. 

yinp, nyrip ; see yn. 



no 

nnnp at the feet; see^D. 
HEinE heap of stones; see D3H- 

lip rebelled, with bv, 3. 
IIP Ch., rebellion, Ezr. 4:19. 
TIE m. — I. the same, Jos. 22:22. — 

II. p. n. of a man. 
TIE Ch., f. NT*lE rebellions, Ezr. 4: 

TT ' T T T ' 

12,15. 
n-ITjE f., rebellion, 1 Sa. 20:30. 
^T)E m., perhaps the name of an idol 

of Babylon, Jer. 50:2. 
'OTE p. n., Mordechai, a Jew in 
Persia, Mapdoxalog. 

m lD rebelled, rebelled against, dis- 
T Obeyed, with 3 ; TVm) *B"J"IN 'E 
fAey rebelled against the mouth (i.e. 
words) o/ the Lord. Hiph.rTlpn 
fought against, embittered, an- 
gered, with 2, DJJ- 
■TIE m., razor. 



HE m. (with pause HE; with sutf. 

"^nE, DJ"IE).— I. bitterness.— II. 

rebellion. — III. rebellious. 
hV2 HE (fe nnE) p. n., the son 

of Jonathan, called also nfc/Q^SE- 
HHE p.n. of a man. 
JlIHE p. n. of a man 
DHE p. n., Miriam the sister of 

Moses, Mapta. 
D^Hip dual f. (double rebellion), a 

prophetic title of Babylon, Jer. 

50:21. 

mE, mo, nib, nnE ; see "no. 

IT TT ' T T 

1-1")E persecuted; see T*"l. 
T11E p. n., a town in the north of Pa- 
lestine. 
nilE; see ma. 
D"nD, DilE; see D-1-I- 

pip nv-np; see pn 



( 152 ) PIE 

Djop, nnE; see nn. 

rr^O apply (as a plaster). Isa. 38:21, 
with ^. 

nnE m., "sj|fc nhp u»ft cnw/^^ &»- 

tides, Lev. 21:20. 
3n"lE wide; see 3m. 

prnp, D^nnp; see pm 
n^rhp po*;"see pm. 

U jD I. pluck out hai" : hence, — II. 
made smooth, polished. Niph. be- 
came bald. Pu. polished, 1 Ki. 7: 
45. 
DIE Ch., plucked, Dan. 7:4. 

np, nnp, ninp, anp ; see mo- 

Kn&/a*j see KID- T 

nnnp ^n/e ; see nn. 

nn'E," nniE f. p. n., Moriah, a hill in 
Jerusalem. 

nnnp ^y^-, see tie. 

*n^D m., softness, cowardice, Lev. 26. 
' 36; LXX. deiXia. 

i3ip, n23-)D, nniTP; see am. 

rT^E merchandise ; see 7>3"l- 

nElDdccctO see HE1- 

n'lElE p. n. of a man. 

DIE p. n. of a Persian prince. 

JOp"!P p. n. of a Persian prince. 

jrip/ngnp, n^JTjP; see njn- 

^nblE m., a Maronothite. 

•Hpy.lP P- n -» a town in the tribe of 

Zebulun. 
K3TO, n?pE; see fettn, PIST). 

Niph. was, became, unsound, 



ifjeaA, diseased. Hiph. urg**? fo 
/o%, Job 16:3. 

y^np awl; see yw 

na>np; see 5] ST 

D'nD rubbed bright, polished. Pu "HE 
was polished, Lev. 6:21. 



no 



O^p-IIO m. pi., purifications, Est. 2: 

12.' 
plO ra., broth, Jud. 6: 19, 20. 
pnOJR m., purification, cleansing. 

npio : , nnpio, nnpio ; see npn. 

I T ... ' T 'T S V - i- . . 

*T|D ? h 10 « is bitter to me, with JO. 
Niph.103 mjos offensive (an odour), 
Jer.48:Yl. Pi. T)0 (fut. 110^ 
makes bitter, grieves; "OSS .'0 
was fritter in weeping, wept bitter 
tears. Hiph. 101 (inf. 101) mf/Ae 
fci^er. Hithpalp. 1010 ni was 
angry, Dan. 8: 7; 11:11. 

"10 ra. — I. a drop, Isa. 40:15. — II. 
bitterness; adj. 10 (pi. DnO; f. 
mO) bitter, bitterly. 

10, 110,-10 m., myrrh. 

110 f. — I. bitterness, sorrow, 2 Sa. 2: 
26. — II. p. n., a well in the desert 
of Sinai. — III. title which Naomi 
gave herself, Ru. 1:20. 

110 f., sorrow, Pro. 14:10. 

.110 f., the same., Gen. 26:35. 

miO p. n, a town of Judah. 

nnp m., bitter, Deu. 32:24. 

nnnp f., bitter sorrow, Eze. 21:11. 

miO f. — I. gall.— II. bitterness. 

1110 f., gall bladder, Job 10: 13. 

DniO m. pi., bitter herbs. 

niO p. n., a son of Levi. 

100 m., bitterness, Pro. 17:25. 

11100 f., gall bladder, Job 20:25. 

DniOO m. pi., bitter things, Job 9 : 
18". 

DnnOF! m pi., bitterness, bitter sor- 
row; see also 10 H. 

xspp, wn, ixbp, mfp, nx&n, 

n'^O; seeV&W. 
2S&D; "see 2&. 

t : • 



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13-l^p, see Ipbj HS-lbp, see "pS?. 
lit^O saw;; see 15^3« 
Hl-lbp; see 1^0. 
b%0; see 5W- 

pn^O object of laughter; see pn&>- 
HObbO Aa/rai; see DOb. 
rV3K>0, nrpbp; see 13b>. 
nib'^O wages; see 13B>. 
nnpbO wai/.s; see 10D. 

nsbo; see nab- 

t ; • 

I^D (Arab, divided). 

ni-1^0 f., measure for liquids. 
ni^O government; see 11£^« 
niQl'^p burning; see Ppb>- 
nplJ^O p. n., a place in Edom. 

VT)P12 m., frying-pan, 2 Sa. 13:9. 

■J'O p.n., Mas/t, Gen. 10:23, probably 
the district called Mount Masius, 
which separates Armenia from Me- 
sopotamia. 

Sn^O p.n., Mesha, one of the boun- 
daries of the district of the Jok- 
tanites, Gen. 10:30, not exactly 
known. 

KB>», ntf^O, see Jl^: ; ttK^O, see 

T-.TT- • T - 

D*3Kk^0 watering" places; see Htft^- 
^K^O, n^S^O; see'pKb. 

t : • t t : • 

niX^O kneading trough; see 1KLJ\ 

nWi^O; see yi&. 

13B>», 13£>0 pain; see 13&>. 
0^)3^0 J 'see ri3£>. 
15/^0 mistake; see .1^ 

rife/D drez^? (out of the water), Ex. 2: 
10. Hiph. the same. 
1£>0 (drawn out of water, Ex. 2: 10), 
p. n., Moses, the lawgiver, Mower) q 
(Josephus). 

11 



"^ft 



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bwo 



*Kfo m. figured silk, Eze. 16: 10,13. 
nf6 debt; see H^J. 
nkwtp desolation; see K1B>. 
rtWfife niK^JO; see PIMP. 
nnit^D, nn-1^'b apostasy; see MB*. 
nJlBH? error; see 3«?. 
ISi^o', lOi^D oar; see tMB>. 

PI^D (inf. rWD, with H parag. 
nn^D; imp.'n^D; fat. nvhy 1 ). 
— I. anointed. — II. anointed to an 
office. — III. set apart to an office, 
Isa. 61 : 1. — IV. dedicate by anoint- 
ing. — V. anoint oneself for a ban- 
quet, Am. 6:6, const, with 2. 
Niph. riK'P} was anointed. 

rPt^ft m . — I . anointed . — 1 1 . the anoint- 
ed One, Christ. 

n^D m. Ch., oil. 

nn^p f. — I. unction. — II. portion, 
T Lev. 7:35. 

nnKto inf., see n^E, Nu. 18:8; 'U? 

t : t - t : 

for a dedication, i. e. thing set 
apart for them. 
n&^PP m., extension, stretching out, 
T Eze. 28:14. 

nwo, rwp, nn^p, nn^p ; see 
hnB>. 

"WD dawn; see 1T&. 

>^p; see above m®. 

h$2VP® P- n- of a man. 

^fc^ft I. stretched out the hand, Hos. 

7:5. — II. took hold of, Ex. 12:21. 
— III. seized as spoil. — IV. drew, a 

bow, yoke, net. Sfc, with 3. — V. 

?21 s n T|^?0 lengthened the sound 

of the trumpet, Ex. 19:13.— VI. 

scattered seed, Am. 9:13. — VII. 

continued in a thing. — VIII. reckon 

with (DV), Ps. 23:3.— IX. cheered, 



Ecc. 2:3. Niph. was protracted, 
delayed. Pu. I. spoiled, Isa. 18:2, 
7. — II. obtained, Pro. 13: 12. 

m. — I. acquiring, Job 28:18. 
— II. yi;Tn ^P scattering of seed, 
Ps. 126:6. 
rfD^lD f. pi., attractions, influences 
Job 38:31. 

"^P p.n. — I. one of the sons of Japhet. 
— Il.the people descended from him, 
Gen. 10:2. They were probably 
the Muscovites ; LXX. Mocrox ; 
Vulg. Mosoch. 

H3^p, 23^P bed; see 23E\ 

pfc?P dwelling; see pK>. 

7^3 I. rated. — II. /iad power oi>er, 
with 3. — III. had power to do, with 
p. — IV. assimilated, compared to, 
with 3, ?JJ. Niph. became like, 
with 3, DJJ, 7fct. Pi. speaking pa- 
rables', Eze. 21:5. Hiph. I. give 
authority (inf. ^piljDan. 11:39. 
— II. made like, Isa. 46 : 5. Hith. 
become like, Job 30: 19. 
Vato m. — I. authority, Zee. 9:10 — 

II. anything like, Job 41 : 25. 
7^D m. — I. solemn declaration. — II. 

T T 

decision, rule, proverb, yvwun. — 

III. bye word, subject of taunt. 
7t£Jp m., taunting proverb, Job 17:6. 
7^D?D m., dominion; \A.rulers, I Cb. 

T 26:6. 
H?^PP f., dominion, rule. 

n^pp f. (pi. nftppo, ribfnQ), 

the same. 

rh&n, nVPi cri^p, nrfr^P; see 
T: rw. ' 

EJ^P ; see WW. 
D?£*P p. n. of a man. 






■xrro ( 155 ) 

njp5#9, H^pfe p. n. of a man. 
n'iftfe'p, nTOfi^ p. n. of a man. 
nJoWp p. n., Meshullemeth, the wife 

of Manasseh. 
nft^p desolation, #c; see D?X'. 
I&V 1 ?. H3D^P, D*|BfD; see JOB?. 

jnp^p, ngixto; see yo^. 

rilD to. mOKfo, n'TWD: see1Dt5\ 
PUPD; see mB\ 
nDL^P prey; see DDB\ 
?iyt^P narrow way; see ?y&>. 
y^D (Arab, take pains). 

»JJBto 'D^ carefully, Eze. 16:4. 

Dy^D p. n. of a man. 
|y^P, $^D, Hjy^D, n^P; see 

: iy^" : 

nnS^O, nn^&O family ; see nst?. 
)5&&ft judgment -, see LDD£?. 
D?nB^p; see PISE?. 

p^D m., p^P"|5, LXX. woe Mswic, 
Gen. 15:2, probably the name of 
a tribe or district in Syria, whence 
p^pi/1 Damascus. 
p&^PP m., overspreading, Zep. 2:9 ; 
but LXX. read Damascus. 

ptyD running about; see \)\)\y. 

n^D drink; see T\pV>. 

y-lp^P, h\%fo, Fb\>W1?, nj?p^P; see 

'b'pv. T 

5]1p^P see *JpB>. 
H")^D mice; see TW&. 

t: • • 

Xn^pn^p ./fotej see jW*. 
^yi^p p. n. of a man. 

w\^12 same as t^-ID Jowc/i, feel, Gen. 
27:12. Pi. ^p I. examine by 
feeling. — II. felt his way, groped. 
Hiph. (fut. £^) that may be 
felt, Ex. 10:21 ; T see in B«l». 



pritt 



dn^n^p Eze - 8:16 - Hith - p art - p 1 

with pers. pron., from nflfc^. 

Hft or H£ m., pi. D^np, DJIP, const 
"•HP men. 

np, nnp, rip, rmp, w, -inp, 

D^np, from n-1D T Kal. 
Knp Ch. Pe.inf., from nnK. 
|3np fteap of straw; see flFj. 

3HQ m. (with suff. »|nD), bridle. 

p)h6, npjinp; seepnb. 

?X^-inp p.n., Methusael, one of Cain's 
descendants. 

nb^-inp p. n., Methuselah, the pa- 
triarch, the son of Enoch. 

(iriO stretched out (as a curtain), Isa. 
40:22. 

nnripx f. (pi. const, ninfipK), sack 

or bag. 

Tift pa.— I. w/ien? — II. when; nrjX 
T ^n?0 after how long? Jer. 13:27; 

njbrjD; seepn- 

n^JRD for n&6rrnD w/tai trouble 

tt;~ » tt: 

see n«7. 
n|?n^np Hith. part., from rir6. 
niy^rlp fee*/*; seeyn^- 
D'np soundness; see DDJ1. 

jn.wroot not used; (Arab, was firm). 
D*0nD m. dual, loins. 
"OFipS Ch. f., powerful, mighty, Dan. 
V:7. 

jrip, **un», rgnip, ^rip, nyrip, 
•tn^rib; see T fn"i 

^rjD p. n. of a man. 

pHp (fut. pHpl), were, became siceet. 
Hiph. pTjpn I. was sweet, Job 
20 : 12. — II. made sweet, Ps. 55:15 



inn 



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33 



pins m. (pi. o^-ino; f. njjmp). 

— I. wweef. — II. sweetness. — III. 

pleasant. 
pT}"0 m., sweetness, 
pjyb m., the same, Jud. 9:11. 
npJip p.n., a station of the Israelites 

in the desert. 
pfiDD m., pi. Cpftttp sweetness, 
T Neh. 8:10; Cant. 5:16. 
rWinft p.n., Mithridates the Persian 

(MiOpidaTvg). 

nriD, nnnD, r\\nm, -injnn*?; see 
|ni T 

*nnb Pil. pret. 1. pers., from rUD. 



3 

S3 interj., I pray! used, — I. in sup- 
plication. — II. in exhortation.— 
III. in irony or blame; &0"K'jl 

go I pray! N3~n£K speak I pray ! 
X3 H^N let me go, I pray! 
"6yPl V*U"Vtf pass not over, I 
pray! Kr^ft^ let it be told, I 
pray! N3~7K do not I pray! with 
particles: KTDN if indeed; fcO'?K 
not so, I pray! fcOTUn behold! 
W*1K alas! see also in &03. 

T 

pig'Afinwv, perhaps the city of 
Thebes in Egypt. 
*[fcO root not used; (Arab, poured out 

- T 

water). 
"1K3 01N3) m. sftm bottle; pi. n'HW 

niK3 (pi. const. VlfcO), became, was 

r '/«*»", P s 9 3 :5 ? see n ^" 
riXD f., pi. const. n'lfcO */ie barf, choice, 
IT paWs of anything; KgH pte«- 



san£ herbage, Ps. 23:2; generally I 
translated habitation, Ps. 74:20, I 
and elsewhere; but the former J 
appears to give a better sense. 
illfcO m., H1K3. — I. becoming, seemly I 
— II. /air. 

•11 W for -11X3, from HK3. 

niW Niph. fut. pi. 1. pers., from n'lK. | 

D^J mafte a solemn declaration, Jer. j 
23:31; part. DW; J saif/i i/te 
Lord, passim: used of Agur, Pro. i 
30:1. 

£|50 (fut. *|fcW). — I. committed adul- i 
fery. — II. worshipped false gods, 
Jer. 3:9; part. *|N3 adulterer, 
1HSK3 adulteress. Pi. S|K3 the 
same. 

Q^SfrO m. pi. — I. adulteries. — 11. acts 
of idolatry. 

CS-ISfcO m. pi., repeated acts of 
adultery, Hos. 2:4. 

T*fcO (fut. ^&W turned away from 
despised, rejected. Pi. 'pfcO (fut. 
f K3») the same. Hiph. fut. )W 
it is despised, Ecc. 12:5. Hith 
part. pK3!D contemned, Isa. 52:5. 
ri¥N? f., reproach, insult, 2 Ki. 19: 
3; Isa. 37:3. 

rw«j. f., pi. nteto CT^^B)» the 

same. 
pfcO same as p3N cry out, Job 24 : 12. 
ngfcM const. npS3 f., cry o/ sorrow. 

IX?. pi - "^3 (P ret - 2 " P ers - n ^1^) 
rejected as worthless, Ps. 89:40; 

Lam. 2:7. 

-WK3, Eze. 9:8, perhaps comp. of 

"SlittW and "WK; see "W- 

23 p. n., a city of the Levites in the 



N13 

tribe of Benjamin; 
towanls Nob. 



( 157 ) 



fcu 



with n, nn: 



SD3. Niph. fc<23 announced as the 
will of God, prophesied. Hith. 

K23nn, K23n (inf. ni:i3nn).— i. 

prophecy. — II. be mad. 

N33 Ch. Ithp. ""B^nn prophesied, 
Ezr. 5:1. 

^23 m. (with suff. 02^23) — 1. a 
prophet, one who declares future 
events. — II. probably one devoted 
to the study of the revealed will 
of God; whence D*K33n ^3 the 
sons, i.e. disciples of the prophets 
who studied under them. 

&023 m. Ch., the same. 

nfc023 f. — I. prophetess. — II. prophet's 
wife. 

nN-123 f. — I. prediction, Neh. 6:12. 

t : 

— II. prophetical book. 
n«-in: f. Ch., the same. 

'123 p. n., Nebo. — I. one of the idols 
of Babylon, Isa. 46: 1. — II. a moun- 
tain and city in the land of Moab. 
— III. a town in the tribe of Ju- 
dah. 

pcpT-123 p. n., one of Nebuchadnez- 
zar's generals. 

tomim?, ">^i?-i^» "i^Tp-i^ 

p. n., Nebuchadnezzar, the king of 
Babylon; LXX.NafSovxodovoaop. 

|3T^n3 p. n., a prince of Assyria. 

2-123 proud; see 2-12- 

ni23 p.n. of a man. 

il2D3, H|D? f. Ch., gift, reward. 
njhi, 1 Sa. 14:36, Kal fut. pi. 1. pers. 

with H parag. and dag. f. dropped; 

see TT2- 

l"Q3 bark (as a dog), Isa. 56: 10. 



7123 p. n. of a man ; also of a town 
in Gilead, Nu. 32:42; Jud. 8:11. 
TH23 p.n., an idol of the Avites, 2 Ki. 
' 17:31. 

D3J. Pi. 033 and Hiph. B«in — 1. 
looked. — II. look at, towards, with 
?**, 7; looked after, with nn« — 
III. looked favourably at, with 2; 
same as HX1 perceived. — IV. 
attended to. — V. noticed, Ps. 10: 
14. 
L323 p. n., Nebai, the father of Jero- 
boam. 
D2E> m., expectation, hope, Isa. 20: 

T 5:6. 
D2D m., the same, Zee. 9:5. 
K»i,' nK*23; see K23- 

• T T • . 

HV23 p. n., Nebaioth, a people of the 
race of Ishmael, Gen. 25: 13, &c. 

JV23, ^JV23 for r)X23, *nK2tf Niph. 
pret., from X23. 



« mazes of the sea" (Lee), Job 
38:16. 

/JJ (^ ut< s^)) — *■ became shrivelled 
and fell (as flowers, &c). — II. 
wasted away. — III. crumbled to 
dust. — IV. acted foolishly, Pro. 30: 
32. Pi. ?23 treated as worthless, 
set at nought. 
?23 m., H?23 f. — I. foolish. — II. im- 

TT " T T : ^ 

piows. — III. p. n. of a man, 1 Sa. 
, c. 25. 
Sn3, ^231, Isa. 64:5, Hiph. fut. pi. 

1. pers. from 7?2 ; or for ?231 Kal 

fut., from ?23- 
r-|?23 for ?f?2) Kal fut. pi. 1. pers., 

with H parag.; see 7?2. 
n?23 f. — I. disgraceful action. — II. 

punishment of such an action, Jos 



fca 



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yaa 



7: 15.— III. impiety, Isa. 32:6.— 

IV. folly, 1 Sa. 25:25. 
H^n: f. (const, n^np; with suff. 

W33, in?23). — I. carcase of an 

animal. — II. dead body of a man. 

— III. idols, Jer. 16: 18 ; collect. 

carcases. 
JT1?33 f., shame, nakedness, Hos. 2: 

12. 

(of skin). — II. earthen jar. — III. 
lute, va(3\iov- 
L3?33 p. n., a town in the tribe of Ben- 
jamin. 

y53, }£?13 springing (as a fountain), 
T Pro. 18:4. Hiph. JP3n — I. ut- 
ters, declaims. — II. prepares. 
J£13£ m., spring, fountain of water. 
Hp33 for nj?33 Niph. pret. f., from 

r: ppn. 

"ID: Niph., from VQ- 

NfttfHlJ f. Ch., lamp, Dan. 5:5. 
j&^33 p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Judah. 
•1^33 for &K33 Niph. pret. pi., from 

"' n.i?«a. 

M (Ch. 333 wo* dry.) 
333 m. — 1. the arid desert to the 
south of Judea. — II. the south ; 
i - 1333 towards, on, the south ; 
nilJJJS, H333? towards the south ; 
33j)p from the south. 

"T^. Hiph. T^H brought before, told, 
made known; with p of the per- 
son to whom. Hoph. 13r] was 
told. 
133 Ch., proceeding, flowing, Dan. 
7 : 10. 



"133 subst. fore part of the body; prep 
before, in front of, opposite to, 
adv. straight forwards ; "1333, "H^wS 
opposite to him; 133/ before, op- 
posite to; "T33D in presence of, in 
sight, out of sight, over against, 
opposite to, against. 
*V33 m. — I. leader. — II. prince. — III. 
cAie/. — IV. one appointed to any 
charge. 

PuJ shined. Hiph. iTlin caused to 
shine, Isa. 13: 10, made Zig-M. 
P133 f. (with suff. DH 3 3).— I. Me dawn. 
— II. light. — III. p. n. a son of 
David. 
P133 f. Ch., dawn, Dan. 6:20. 
nn33 f., light, Isa. 59:9. 

njj (fut. niP), push with the horn. 
T pi. 033 the same. Hith. n|3nn 
entered into conflict, Dan. 11:40. 
f"l33 m., addicted to pushing with the 
horn, Ex. 21:29,36. 

7JJ root not used; (Arab, sickle), 
lift m., sickle, Jer. 50: 16; Joel 4: 13. 

jj J and Pi. |33 performed music. 
PI 3 s 3 3 f. — I. music. — II. a song. — 111. 

subject of a song. 
H^llpD f., song of ridicule, Lam. 
T 3:63. 

J?3? M. V.33, nj?3; with sutf. W33; 
"imp. V3 ;' fut. VV.l part, f. njjj]i| 
" —I. toMc/ied, with 3, ^>X, ^.—11 
touched gently, awakened, with 3. 
— III. touched the heart, with 3, 
1 Sa. 10:26. — IV. touched so as to 
injure, with 3. — V. struck, with 
3, Job 1:19. — VI. arrived. 
VII. arrived at, reached, with 
3, ^N, TJL ^j;.— VIII. reac/ied Me 



V22 ( 159 ) 

eoi of, with ?X, Jon. 3:6. Niph. 
were beaten in battle, Jos. 8: 15. 
Pi.J/jlD struck with disease. Pu. are 
afflicted, Ps. 73:5. Hiph. J£|PI 
i. made tfo ftwcA, with ?N, p, "iy, 
^£.--11. reacted, with ^K, £ Ijj, 
?y. — III. reached the ears of, with 
?K, Est. 9:26.— IV. reached its 
proper time, with p, Est. 9: 1. — V. 
came near, with p, Ps. 88:4. — VI. 
arrived (of time). — VII. arrived 
at, with ?K, "?, Tg. 
JN3 m. (with suff. »JttJ; pi. D^M, 
"•yjj). — I. stroke, blow. — II. inflic- 
tion of evil. — III. affliction. — IV. 
mark of a blow, spot. 

*UJ (fut.P]^). — 1. struck. — 11. wounded. 
T —III. killed. — IV. defeated. —V. 
struck with disease. — VI. stumbled. 
Niph. *\22 (inf. abs. ?\\22), was de- 
feated, routed (of an army), with 
"Os? of the enemy. Hith. stumble, 
Jer. 13:16. 

*\22 m. — I. infliction of disease. — II. 
act of stumbling, Isa.8:14. 

nSilD, const. n?5P f. — I. plague, 
pestilence. — II. defeat. 

"U3. Niph. 122 I. was put forth (the 
hand), Ps. 77:3. — II. overflowed, 
was spilt. — III. was scattered, as 
wealth, Job 20:28. Hiph. T|H 
I. dragged away. — II. poured out, 
Ps. 75:9.— III. scattered, Mic.l :6. 
Hoph. poured out, Mic. 1 :4. 

b03 (fut. WV, Wfiftj, exacted a task, 
debt or tax ; part. W2)2 exactor, 
taskmaster, slave-driver. Niph. 
t?i!j) teas pressed, vexed, fatigued. 

£03 (fut. ^3^; inf. n^3; with suff. 



ma 



lH£|j imp. B>|, -&5>|, n^|) and 
Niph. £>ilJ I. tame near to, up to, 
touched, with £>K, 3, ^, I];, &.— 
II. perhaps depart, go away, Gen. 
19:9. Hiph. B*|n I. brought near. 
— II. offered, i. e. brought near (an 
offering). Hoph. W 21 was brought, 
placed. Hith. approach, Isa.45:20. 
12 heap; see 112. 

X"7j ? fut. K*n*1 drare away, 2 Ki. 
T 17:21. 

j"*Tj I. rendered willing, with 2? and 

n-n.— ii. impelled. Hith. rnann 

offered or performed willingly. 
212 Ch. Hith. teas willing, gave 

willingly. 
212 p. n., Nadab. — I. the son ol 

TT * 

Aaron. — II . given also to other men . 

nil!!, const. T\212 f. — I. voluntary 
offering. — II. free-will (rG133, 
1212 of his own accord, willingly), 
— III. pi. abundance; TV\212 D&^JI 
plenteous rain, Ps. 68: 10. 

iTQIJ p. n. of a man. 

T ; -; r 

2*12 m. — 1. willing, liberal. — 11. noble, 
distinguished. — III. Job 21:28; 
perhaps " a libertine" (Lee). 

PD^M f., liberality. 

n-U'nbnn (inf. Hith.) f. Ch., free- 
will offerings, Ezr. 7:16. 

^13 jJ m. Ch., layer, course of stones, 
T Ezr. 6:4. 



TT3 (inf.TW; fut. IT, IT).— \. fled. 
— II. wandered, walked to and fro. 
— III. flapped the wings, Isa. 10: 
14; part. "ITU. Po. 1T\2 was 
driven away, Nah. 3:17. Hiph. 
1)1 cause to wander, Job 18: 18. 
Hoph. 121 made to wander, Job 



113 ( 160 ) 

20:8; driven about, 2 Sa. 23 :G. 
Hith. was agitated. 

113 Ch., fled, Dan. 6:19. 

D*Tl3 m. pi., restlessness (of body or 
mind), Job 7:4. 

13 m. — I. a heap, Isa. 17:11. — II 
a mound. 

H13 f. — I. legal impurity. — II. a wo- 
man in that state. — III. moral im- 
purity. — IV. that which is impure, 
worthless, Eze. 7 : 19, 20; ni3!l *£ 
water of impurity, i. e. for the 
cleansing of legal impurity 

nT3 L, impurity, Lam. 1:8. 

lift m., flight, Job 7:4. 

HI} same as 1-13. Pi. H13 jw< aside, 
TT U' 

desired to avoid, with ?> I sa - 66:5; 

Am. 6:3. 

niJ! m., present, gift, Eze. 16:33. 

|13 m., the same; see also below. 

rHD (fut. nT). — I. drove an axe, 
Deu. 20: 19. — II. drove away, 2Sa. 
14:14. Hiph. nHH 1. brought 
with violence, with 7JJ. —II. drove 
away. — III. induced to any thing, 
Pro. 7:21. Niph. n^J 1. was im- 
pelled. — II. was driven away. — 
III. was induced to an action; 
part. ITU (with suff.^DI?, frTC.3; 
f. nrn3). Pu. part. TTrffO driven, 
Isa. 8: T 22. Hoph. part. rftD 
driven astray, Isa. 13: 14. 
D^n-lip m. pi., expulsions, drivings 
out, Lam. 2:14. 

ana, nyn? j see :n:) - 

HD'ia for nDl? Niph.fut.pl. l.pers. 

with PI parag., from DDT. 
H J m., s/ieaM (of a sword), 1 Chron. 

21:27; see also in 1113. 



*?il3 

r0*l3 m. Ch., "midst," Eng. Ver.; 
'"'sheath," Marg., Dan. 7:15. 

SH} (fut. S|¥, Sftt}).— I. scattered, 
drove about. — II. routed, conquered 
(an enemy), Job 32:13. Niph. 
5)13 (inf. P)'l3!l) driven away. 

I. *"H0 (fut. iV, VP) made a vom>. 
11?, T -|13 m. (with suff. ni3; pi 

'bni3, n."i3).— i. vow.— ii. tt*ng 

wowed. 

II. ""1*13 root not used; (Arab, thresh 
corn). 

11 N Ch., threshing-j.oor, Dan. 2:35; 
(Arab, the same). 
nb lamentation, Eze. 7:11; see 11113. 

JTO ;imp. 313; fut. 3113?). — 1. led, 
conducted. — II. drave cattle, fyc. 
— III. guided. — IV. commanded 
an army. Pi. 3PI3 (fut. 3H3?) I. 
brought on a wind: hence — II. 3H3 
breathed, Nah. 2:8.-111. led — 
IV. drave. 
3H3D m., driving of horses, 2 Ki. 
T '9:20. 

*li"l*J root not used; (Arab, swelled, 

- T 

grew vigorous). 
lin m. — I. vigour, Pro. 5:9. — II. 
glory, majesty. — IILp.n. of a man. 

njyfin, injvtf n p- n » seem*. 

nHin p.n. of a man. 

t : 

nHin p. n. of a man. 

T * . 

i"!*!*! lamented, Mic. 2:4. Niph. fut. 

•lilD*} mourn after the Lord, 1 Sa 

7 :2. 
>H3, with pause *fU m., lamentation 
^ni/OU fut.apoc. pi. l.pers., from n*H. 
, iTil3Mic. 2:4; see rttil. 

7*1). Pi. ^n.3 (fut. ^rgp.— i. *«*.- 



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113 



II. tended, fed. — III. gave rest to, 
2 Chron. 32:22. Hith. proceed 
with a flock, Gen. 33 : 14. 
?;>13 m. — 1. pasture, Isa. 7 : 19. — II. 
p. n., a town in the tribe of Ze- 
bulun, called also 7? 13. 

' t -;- 

DrO (fut. D13?).— I. roared, Isa. 5: 

29,30. — II. groaned. 
D13 m., roaring of a lion. 
1D13, const. J"l??13 f., roaring of the 

sea, Isa. 5:30. — II. groaning, Ps. 

38:9. 

prD (fut. pri}?) brayed (as an ass), 
T Job 6:5; '30:7. 

"")ri3 I. brighten (of the face), Isa. 60:5; 
T Ps.34:6.— II. (fut. 113?) /ow un- 
to, assemble in. 

113 m. (pi. Dnnp, niii3, n'nrn). 

— I. river, stream. — II. current of 
Me sea. Jonah ; 1131, 7>ilil1 1131 

' TT - T- T T - 

same as m_Q in 3 Euphrates; 

DVIDJ D1K ^ram f Syria) o/ Me 

rivers, Mesopotamia. 
113 m. Ch., river. 

1113 (T13) m. Ch., light, Dan. 2:22. 
•1Y13 f. Ch., light, wisdom, Dan. 

5:11,14. 
1113 f., Mg-fcf o/ day, Job 3:4. 
nil13p f. pi., clefts in mountains, 

serving as channels for the rain, 

Jud. 6:2. 

tf }3 or Xfa. Hiph. *^31— I. dis- 
couraged, Nu. 32:7 . — II . prohibited. 
— III. frustrated. 

IK-Ufi f. — I. aversion, Nu. 14:34. — 
t : 

11. heavy things, Job 33: 10. 

i^ (fut. 1-13J). — 1. threw out shoots, 
Ps. 92 : 15 . — II. produced fruit, Pro. 



10:31. — III. increased, Ps. 62: 
11. Pi. 2213 makes fruitful, Zee 
9:17. 

I'O m., produce, fruit. 

^2\3 p. n. of a man. 

12-1 3 fl f., produce, fruit. 
n'U-U Niph. part. pi. f. for ntfU, from 

*JM Niph, part. pi. for 0/13, from 13\ 
DOU; see HV. 

I*U (fut. 1-13 11 ). — I. move to and fro. 
— II. wandered as a fugitive; part. 
13 a fugitive. — III. departed. — 
IV. shook the head, expressing pity, 
condoled. Hiph. T31 — I. moved 
to and fro. — II. drove out. — III. 
disturbed. — IV. shake the head in 
pity, Jer. 18: 16. Hoph. part. 132 
expelled, 2 Sa. 23:6. Hithpol, 
ITOni bemoan himself , Jer. 31: 
18. 

1-13 Ch., departs, Dan. 4:11. 

113 m. — I. wandering, Ps. 56:9. — II. 
p. n. (exile), the country to which 
Cain was banished. 

TO m., moving of the lips, Job 16:5. 

TOD m., shaking the head, Ps. 44 : 15. 
3113 p.n., a son of Ishmael. 

njj (fut. IIWJ dwelt, Hab. 2:5. Hiph. 

prepare a dwelling; fut. with suff. 

•1113K, Ex. 15:2. 
ri)_3 m. (const. 1)3; with suff. ^]13, 

jnjj, &$£).— I.'/oW for cattle'.— 

II. dwelling of men. — III. habitation 

of God. 
1*0 f., habitation, Job 8:6; JVIl D13 

s/ie Mai remaineth at home; oltcov- 

pog, Ps. 68:13. 
113 dw>e^ quietly, Jer. 6:2. 



V3 



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1« 



n'V3, Ketib JYl*13 {habitations), p.n., a 

T T • 

place near Ramah. 

rfoD (fut. roaj, raj).— i. fay ^ n > 

re^feti. — II. /iatted, ceased. — III. 
a&ocfe in, with 2.— IV. alighted on. 

V. came down and possessed, 

with by_ — VI. settled on (as on 
a shoal, of the ark), Gen. 8:4. 
Hiph. I. rnn:— 1. gave rest to. 
— 2. comforted.— 3. let fall, Ex 
17:11. — 4. caused to rest upon. — 
II. n^n and n3H — 1. placed.— 
2. left,ftrsook, quitted. — 3. let rest, 
remain. — 4. permitted, gave into 
the power of.— 5. left untouched, 
2 Ki. 23 : 18, with ?• Hoph. rQ-IPI 
I. resf was gwen, Lam. 5:5. — II. 
was placed, left, remaining. 

rfc), m m. (with suff. ^n«). — I. res*, 
Est. 9:16-18.— II. p.n., iVoaA; 
LXX. Nwc. 

nn3 f., being placed, Job 36: 16; see 

also nn3- . 

nn3H (verb. Hiph.) f., rest, peace, Est. 

t t -: v 

2:18. 

ni:D m. (pi. with suff. *3*n«p).-- i. 

place of rest.— II. p.n., Manoah, 
the father of Samson. 

nn-iap, nmo f.— i. rest, quiet.— u. 

T place of rest:— III. metaphorically, 
the land of Canaan. 
rflira, D'lTO m., satisfaction, approba- 
tion; n'rV3n Pin a sweet (pleasant) 
savour. 
mrrg m. Ch., offerings to God or 
?/ian. 
L^D same as DIE agrafe, sftafce, Ps. 
99:1. 



&U, ^ Ch. f., dunghill. 
•nVli Niph. pret. pi. with dag. euphon. 
for nVw, from T>*. 



7lJ root not used; Ch. Pa., polluted. 



Dto s/ep*. 
riD-13 f., sluggishness, Pro. 23:21. 
nE-1Jri f-, «^ej), slumber. 
ftl Niph. fut. fT31 (Ketib P?J Hiph. 
fut.) drawn ouf, perpetuated, Ps. 
72:17. 
{ti p. n., iVnn, the father of Joshua. 
|*3 m., posterity. 
fl3D m., despiser, Pro. 29:21. 

M I. fied.— II. escaped.— III. P^d 

away. Pol. Dp'13 drire ateay, Isa. 

59: 19. Hiph. D*3H caused to flee, 

put to flight; see DD3- 
D*3 m., fugitive, Jer. 48:44; Kri. D3. 
D^D m. (with suff. *p«D).— hfigM, 

— II. refuge. 
HOMD, const. np30 f, ./Kg**- 
••nDW.Eze. 23:48 for -IIDl^ Nith., 

from "ID*. 

JfD (fut. S?-13*J.— I- was shaken.— II. 
was disturbed. — III. wandered 
about. — IV. parted, Pro. 5:6. — V. 
staggered (as one drunken).— VI. 
moved (as the lips), l_Sa. 1:13. 
Niph. was shaken; fut.$3*. Hiph. 
yijH. — I. s/too/e. — II. caused to 
wander, irXa&iv. — III. dispersed 
(as fugitives), Ps. 59: 12. 
D*y3V3jp m. pi., a musical instrument, 
allied to the tambourine; Vulg. 
" sistra." 
n*"iyi3 p. n. of men and women. 

t : - 

Mi have sprinkled, Pro. 7:17. Hiph. 
S]*jn I. cause to sprinkle, Ps. 68: 
10. — 11. s/iafce *o and /ro. — III. 



*|tt ( 163 ) 3n3 

handover, and against, ^JJ (fat^).— I. «™A down, Jud.5: 



with 7tf. — IV. lifted up an instru 
ment, with 7jJ. — V. presented an 
offering. Hoph. ?)3-in was offered, 
Ex. 29:27. Pil. 5)313 beckons with 
his hand, Isa. 10:32. 

|13 m., elevated situation; '3 nS" 1 
beautiful for situation, Ps. 48 : 3 ; 
see also P)3 in C]D. 

123 f.— 1. a sim?, Isa. 30:28.-11. 

T T , 

"in D33 p. n. of a city. 
133 f., elevated district, Jos. 17: 11. 
"133 f., dropping liquid, honey. 
13-13F1 f. — I. lifting up the hand, Isa. 

19: 16. — II. agitation, tumult, Isa. 

30:32. — III. an offering. 

ID Hiph. ^3 H blossomed; see pf3. 
'iV3 m., a sparft, Tsa. 1:31. 
i"l3 crest; see i"l¥3. 

13 same as p3\ Hiph. fut. with 
suff. •inp > 3Jyi gave him suck, Ex. 
2:9. 

W f. Ch., /re. 

13 m. — I. a light. — II. prosperity. — 

III. p.n. of a man. 
TO same as "13. 
TO m., a light, metaph. prosperity, 

rank; see also in TO. 
n s T3 p. n. of a man. 
HT13D f., the candlestick used in the 

t ; 

Jewish ritual. 

iJ be diseased, Ps. 69:21, same as 

fcOX. 

- T 

JD (fut. n-r, Tl, T>1), w:as sprinkled, 
TT with y and |D. Hiph. iTTH (fut. 

■"tf.!> T*1), sprinkled, specially with 

blood, with ?y_. 
\T3 ; see TIT. 
'T3 ; see TT3- 



5. — II. dropped, dropped down; 

part. CDvT'13 flowing streams. 

Hiph. 7 V TH caused to flow, Isa. 

48:21. 
irb-VO f. pi., the planets, 2 Ki. 23:5. 
HIT-ip a constellation; according to 

some from TT3 the northern crown. 

Others read'nVTfKO a belt, the 

belt of Orion. 

DTj m. — I. a nose-jewel. — II. an ear- 
ring, Gen. 35:4. 

pU Ch., suffered loss. Aph. caused 
loss. 
pT3 m., injury, loss, Est. 7:4. 

"lU. Niph. T-T3 I. restricted himself '. — 
II. devoted him to, with ?. — III. 
withdrew from. — IV. abstained 
from, with ]D> Hiph. T-H I. set 
apart to, with )"1K, ?S. — II. res- 
trained from, with JIX, }p. — III. 
devoted himself to. 

TT3 m. — I. a Nazarite, one precluded 
by a vow from certain things lawful 
to others. — II. Gen. 49: 26, applied 
to Joseph as separate from his bre- 
thren. — III. Lev. 25:5, 11, vines 
not pruned. 

T/3 m. (with suff. TTO, VT[3). — I. 
state of separation and dedication. 
— II. mark of such separation, spe- 
cially the plate of gold in the 
high priest's mitre. — III. diadem. 
— IV. sovereignty, Pro. 27 : 24. — V. 
hair of the head, as shorn by the 
Nazarites, Jer. 7 : 29. 

D^I^D m. pi., nobles, princes, Nah. 
3:17. 

>2ri3; see ran. 



nm 



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-iro 



PlPO (pret. with sufF. DPI2; imp. Pin?; 

T with suff. 'on?). Hiph. nmn (fat. 

with suff. *On?^), led, conducted, 
guided. 
□•inp same as D-1PI") p. n. of a man. 

d-inb, Dvp-irg; see" Dm- 
"■nm, on;np; see-im. 
fe^ro, n&ni; see^ni 

7fiJ (inf. Vm; fut. bp3J).— I. too* 
possession of. — II. possessed. — III. 
took, received, as his portion. — IV. 
apportioned, Nu. 34:17. Pi. ?f}) 
gave settlement to. Hiph. /Tjpn 
I. caused to possess. — II. left as 
an inheritance to, 1 Chron. 28:8. 
— III. gave an inheritance, Eze. 
46:18. Hoph. ^npH was made 
to possess, Job 7:3. Hith. ?rj3nn 
I. took for himself. — II. left as an 
inheritance, Lev. 25:46. 
n?n3 f. — I. settlement, dwelling. — II. 
possession. — 111. assigned portion, 
share; PlnT n?rn the Lord's por- 
tion, i. e. Israel, his chosen people. 
—IV. inheritance. 
r-pn? f., portion, Ps. 16:6. 

ni^m f. pi. nom., flutes (root 7?n), 
Ps. 5:1. 

7Pp Niph. pret., from 7?T\; also Pi. 
pret., from ?!"I3. 

bn m. (dual D^n„3; pi. D^m, fe; 
with PI loc. Hpnj). — I. stream; 
D?1¥P Sn_3 the 'stream that di- 
videsEgypt and Palestine. — II. tor- 
rent. — III. valley. 
rprti same as 7P0 stream, Ps. 124:4. 

/&? yPJ P- n -> one of the stations of 

Israel in the wilderness. 
^KpnjJ p. n., Nehelamite, a title. 



UN J. Niph. Dnp I. was grieved, 
repented, with ?}J — 11. pitied, felt 
pity, with hv_, ^K, ^, |p.— III. 
pitied and withdrew an inflic- 
tion, with ?JJ, ?K — IV. recovered 
from his grief, with ?JJ, HPIX. — V. 
avenged, freed himself from one 
displeasing, with }p. — VI. mourned 
over, with ^X, ^ or ^.— VII. 
changed his purpose, with ?$?• Pi. 
DPlp sympathised with, comforted, 
with }p, ?y_. Pu. DPI? comforted, 
appeased. Hith. DrD'nn, DPlSn 
I. comforted himself. — II. changed 
his purpose, with ?JJ, Nu. 23:19. 
— III. gratified his anger, with ?• 

Qrj3 p. n. of a man. 

CDPlb m., pity, change of purpose, 
Hos. 13:14. 

CD^p-inp, D*prj} m. pi. — I. consola- 
tions. — II. pity, Hos. 11:8. 

ED-lfD p. n., Nahum the prophet, 
Nao«;/i. 

nftnj f., consolation. 

T TV 

iTDrO p. n. of a man, Nehemiah, 

t : v ; x 
Nf£/.u'a. 

"ODrtl p.n. of a man. 

D^p-inpJJl m. pi., consolations, comforts. 

rtamn f. pi., the same, Job 15 : 1 1 ; 
21:2. 

npnpri p.n. of a man. 
Dnp pret. Niph. and Pi., from DC>n. 
D^pn.3 Niph. part, pi., from DEPI. 
•13(13 we; see OK- 
T^ITJ Niph. pret. f. 2. pers. with 
parag., from pi"l. 

]*n!l part, pnj wg-enf, 1 Sa. 21 :9. 

"In J (Arab, snorted). 
"IPO m., snorting, Job 39 :20. 



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?DDJ 



mri3 f., the same, Jer. 8:16. 

T"J- 

Hni, "HrO p. n. of a man. 

"linj p. n., Nahor, the brother of 

Abraham. 
0H*P13 m. pi., nostrils, Job 41 : 12. 
"lili Niph. pret., from Till- 

v l™!j m. — I. serpent. — II. p. n. of a 
T man. — III. 65>m "Vy p. n., a city 
in the tribe of Judah. 
t^np Pi. (denom. from cHpiouavrda, 
divination by serpents). — I. used 
divination. — II. watched, observed. 
fc^nJ m., divination. 
}i^n3 p. n., Naashon, the son of Am- 
minadab. 

wflj m. Ch., brass or copper. 

nwm com. (with suff. ijntpm).-- i. 

brass. — II. chain, Lam. 3:7; dual 
D^riE^nJ fetters, shackles. — IN. 
money, Eze. 16:36. 

$*<F)k^n3 p.n. of a woman. 

|n^n3 m., the brazen serpent idolized, 
T "2Ki. 18:4. 

v^-inj m., copper or brass, Job 6: 12. 

n^-im, Pl^m f., the same. 

^ri3 (fut. nro\ nrp) same as *n\— 

1. came down, Job 17:16. — II. came 
down violently, with ?)). — III. pe- 
netrated the mind, with 3. Niph. 
nn3 penetrated (of arrows), with 

2, Ps. 38:3. Pi. nnp brought 
down, levelled (the bow), Ps. 65 : 1 1. 
Hiph. imp. nnjn depress, Joel4 : 1 1 . 

]*in3 Ch., came down. Aph. placed. 

Hoph. made to descend, Dan. 5 : 20. 
nn.3 m. — l. descent, lighting down, 

Isa. 30:30. — II. being placed, Job 

36:16; see also in n-13. 



nn3 m., pi. D^Finil coming down (cf 

an army), 2 Ki. 6:9. 
nrQ p. n. of a man; same as nifl. 
nn3 Niph. pret., from nDPl- 

nfcpi (inf. const. frtB3 ; fut. H^ ; 
T apoc. ^ D»1, TDJ). — L stretch 

out, extend (the hand, &c). — II. 

spread out, stretch, pitch a tent. — 

III. bowed, inclined. — IV. turn, lead 

to, with nnN, ?S, 7; or from, with 

\p — V. go', depart, I Sa.l4:7. Niph. 

nt33 stretched out. Hiph. !~IJ2n 

(fut. HtS^; apoc. tt^D); imp.ntsri; 

apoc. ton). — 1. stretch out. — II. 

spread out. — III. incline, bend down, 

lower. — IV. turn away, put away. 

— V. wrest, pervert. Hoph. part. 

IlLSp s., wresting, perversion. 

HEP,' const. iipp m. (f., Mic. 6:9).— 

I. branch of a tree. — II. staff; "O^ 

Q!r?"nfcDP he brake the staff of 

bread, i.e. support, that on which 

life leans. — III. rod. — IV. sceptre. 

—V. tribe, government, of which the 

sceptre was a symbol; pi. JliLSP- 

HBD downwards; HEft 1 ?, riED>>0 
t ~ t - ; " t - : ■ 

the same. 
nt^p f. — I. couch, bed. — II. bier (for 
'the dead), 2 Sa. 3:31. 
niS^pi earrings; see FpJ- 

7£?3 (fut. VlLD^). — I. lifted up, Isa. 40: 
15. — II. laid a burden on, with ?JJ, 
Lam. 3:28. Hiph. took up and 
removed. 
bv>) Ch., lifted up. 
?pj m., burden, Pro. 27:3. 
^D3 m., loaded, Zep. 1:11. 
DJippj for DriKpp? Niph. pi., from 



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H33 



VD3 (fut.y^.; inf.vi^, nyp).-i. 

planted. — II. pitched a tent. — III. 
set up an idol temple, Deut. 16: 
21. — IV. drove a nail. Niph. 
planted, Isa. 40:24. 
J?»p3 m -» P 1 - ^VP? planted, Ps. 144: 
12. 

yp3 m. (with suff •qyp: ; pi. D^tM, 

'•yp}). — I. plant. — II. plantation. 
yD3 const, yp3 m., p/ani, Isa. 5:7. 
yLDP m., planting. 

CpJ (fut. 5]b>).— I. drop, Job 29:22.— 
\l. let drop. Hiph.&ypn — I.letdrop 
(water), Am. 9 : 13— II . let fall (sen- 
timents, prophetic declarations). 

Pp3 m.— I. drop, Job 36:27. — II. 
GTtiKTri, myrrh, Ex. 30:34. 

H3b3 p. n., a town near Bethlehem; 
*ri&tM a Netophathiie. 

niQ^Di f. pi., earrings or drops, Jud. 
8: 26; Isa. 3:19. 
*)£} (fut. nb" 1 ., *VltD£) watched,— 1. for 
good. — 2. /or euiZ, With ?, «"!&?• 

"103 Ch., kept, Dan. 7:28. ' 

mttft ftOBB, Lam. 3: 12) f.— I. cus- 

TT - " T T " 

fody, prison. — II. mark, object, butt. 

^D3 (fut. VTlW).— I. left.— II. forsook, 
God, a law, &c— III. left.— IV. 
cmsed £o f/imfe o/, 1 Sa. 10:2. — 
V. spread, scattered. — VI. drew a 
sword, Isa. 21:15. — VII. allowed. 
Niph. I. was forsaken. — II. spread 
itself. — III. became loose. Pu. was 
forsaken, Isa. 32 : 14. 
niSJ^tp? f- pi. — I. shoots of the vine. 
— II. small towns, shoots of the ca- 
pital, lev. 5: 10. 

'3, DrPD 3 an error for DH\33, Eze. 27 : 
32. 



^3 (Arab raw). 

K3 m., raw (Uncooked), Ex 12:9. 
3»3l*n\3; see 1-13. 
T3, nT3; see T13. 
HV3 ; see H13. 
nhi ; see CM. 
P3 posterity; see j-13. 

HID ^2) p.n., Nineveh, a city of Assyria; 

" LXX. Nivarf. 
D3*3 Kal fut. pi. 1. pers. with suff., from 

113*. 
D^3; see D-13- 

|D*J m., the first month of the He- 
brew year, called also 3 I, 3N, which 
see. 

fW*3 sparks; see )*)3. 

"1*3 ftg-A*; see "1-13. 

"VD I. c/ear ground for cultivation. — 

II. cultivate ground. 
TO m., field newly cultivated; see 

also in *)-13. 
"113D m. ; W*yi& "to weaver's beam, 

l T Sa. 17:7;' 2 Sa. '21:19. 
D"V>3, D"Y31 Kal fut. pi. 1. pers. with 

suff., from m\ 
1)3, 1J31 Hiph. fut. apoc. pi. 1. pers., 

from H33. 
K33, N33, see H33 ; -1X33, see HK3- 

TT* "T* 

nXDJ f., s*ora.r, Gen .37:25; 43:11; 
LXX. Qvn'iap.n ; Aquila OTVpaZ. 

ID? m. (with suff. ^.33), posterity; 
always with p?, which see. 

rDJ. Hiph.nsn (imp. n^n.^n; fut. 

T VlS*. 1ft; with n parag. rD3^).— I. 
struck. — II. wounded. — III. killed. 
— IV. conquered. — V. taunted 
(struck with the tongue). — VI 
struck the hands together. — VII 



13: ( 167 ) 

17 7J*1 his heart smote him, 1 Sa. 
24:6. Hoph. PDPI, i"13-in was 
smitten, §c, pass, of Hiph. Niph. 
13: was wounded, 2 Sa. 11:15. 

T • 

Pi. inf. 13:, "13: smiting. Pu. 

13p smitten. 
13: m! — I. Dv$1 13} lame (smitten 
'in the feet),' 2 Sa. 4:4; 9:3.— 

II. Pl-ll O afflicted in spirit, Isa. 

66:2. 
13: m., pi. D'O.: smiting (with the 

tongue), calumniators, Ps. 35: 15. 
K33 m., f. 1X3? Pin afflicted, fcrotew 

spirit, Pro. 15: 13, &c. 
N3: m., pi. D^3? mitten, Isa. 16:7. 
13?3 f. (pi. n'l3Q, Q*3D).— I. s^o^e, 

Mow;. — II. wound. — III. slaughter. 

— IV. calamity. 
feW, nb3 p. n., Pharaoh iVec.V?, king of 

Egypt; LXX. Nex«w. 
}133 (same as JIT'S), p. n. of a place. 

P"03 I. straight forwards. — II. op- 
posite, over against. — III. in sight 
of; PI?!) - /$ towards; 13:? in 
front of, in behalf of, straight 
forwards, n3:~1JJ as far as. 
n33 (with suff. inpp) opposite to, 
against. 

nb: m. (f. inb: ; pi. ninba).— i. 

straight forward, upright. — II. up- 
rightness, Isa. 57:2. 
rirDJ Niph. part, f., from TO*. 

733 withholding, Mal. 1 : 14. Pi. used 
artifice, with h, Nu. 25 : 18. Hith. 
the same, with 3. 
733 m., pi. D^3:,' ■»!??: arft/ices, Nu. 

' 25:18. 
y^S, \?3 m., avaricious, oppressive, 
Isa- 3^:5,7. 



nV: 



DD3 root not used; same as D:3. 

- T " T 

D3: m., pi. D l) p3: treasures, wealth. 
D3: m. Ch., pi. pppp treasures, 

wealth. 
D" 1 ^ m., purse, bag. 
153: Nith., from 123. 

iJJ. Pi. "13: I. recognised. — II. con- 

- T - • ° 

sidered. — III. acknowledged. — IV. 
alienated, Deu. 32 : 27 . — V. rejected, 
with 3, 1 Sa. 23:7. Niph. 13: I. 
feigned himself unknown, Pro. 26: 
24. — II. was recognised, Lam. 4:8. 
11. — Hiph. "V3!l I. recognised, 
knew, acknowledged. — II. was par- 
tial in judgment, with D'OS). — III. 
beheld. — IV. regarded. — V. es- 
teemed, accounted. — VI. took judi- 
cial cognizance of. Hith. 13:11 
make one's self strange, Gen. 
42:7. 
"13:, const. 13: m., strange, foreign, 
a foreigner; 13:~j3 son of the 
stranger, foreigner; 13.: *n?X 
strange gods. 

ns: m. ( P i.on3: ; f. n s i3:, P i. 

•I T. vr ^ •: T T • ; t' r 

n^lp:). — I. foreign. — II. a stran- 
ger. — III. strange, singular. 

13.:, 13: m., treating as a stranger, 
punishment. 

1131 (verb Hiph.) f., astonishment, 
consciousness of guilt, Isa. 3:9. 

1373 m., relative, neighbour, 2 Ki. 
T 12:6,8. 

rOJ, nhb: n*a 2K\.2o-.u, isa. 

39:2, treasury, yaZ,o(pv\dKiov. 

m7J root not used; (Arab, succeeded). 
Hiph. inf. with pref. and suff, 
Tjn'733 for ^^'17:13 when thou 
hast accomplished, Isa. 33 : 1 . 



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yoa 



H'Ppp possession, wealth, Job 15:29. 
np?D3 despised; see DTI- 
7X-1Q3 p. n. of a man. 

7^21 (fat. *#&• pi. -1??^).— I. cirazm- 

cise, Gen . 17:11. — II . withered, 

Ps. 37:2; Job 14:2. (some derive 

it I'romTvD same as >1D). Niph. 

?1E0 was circumcised ; part. 

DviOj) (some derive it from >1D). 

r6p? f., an*, Pro. 6: 6; pi. D^)03,Pro. 

T 30:25. 

"*iflJ rootnotused; (Arab, was spotted). 
103 m., a panther, Jer. 5:6; Hab. 1:8. 
~l£3 m. Ch., the same, Dan. 7:6. 
"1D3 Niph. pret., from Tift. 
Tipj p. n., Nimrod, the builder of Ba- 
'bylon, Ne/3pw<V; TID? pK 
Babylon. 
m»3, D^SM p. n., same as m»3 1V3; 

see rV3- 
VP} p.n., father of Jehu. 
D.VpJ; see DD3- 
H2D3 for H3p3 Niph. pret. fem., from 

H3D3; see 33D- 

t • : 

JpJ recoiZ, shrink back ; inf. 3*1D3, Isa. 
T 59: 13; fut. 3D*, Mic. 2:6. Hiph. 
i^pH I. remove a boundary. — II. 
carry away property, Mic. 6:14. 
Hoph. 3pH was perverted, Isa. 59: 
14. 

HDJ imp. PICO; (see Kfe>|). Pi. HD3 
I. tried. — II. proved, made a trial. 
— 111. found on trial, experienced. 
HpD f. — I. trial. — II. temptation by 
trial. 

np3, Ps. 4:7, for tity) imp., from KBa 

np3 (fut. np^) dispersed, scattered. 
Niph. was dispersed. 



np3 Ch. Ith. teas pwMed down, Ezr. 

6:11. 
riDD m., disperser, driver away, 2 Ki. 

11:6. 

I. ^JUJ I. poured out, Isa. 29 : 10. — II. 

melted. — III. anointed, Ps. 2:6.~ 
IV. poured out a libation. Niph 
^p3 was anointed, Pro. 8:23. Pi. 
1]p3 and Hiph. ^DH poured a li- 
bation. — Hoph. was poured out. 

^]D3 Ch., Pa. made an offering, Dan. 2: 
46. 

TpD3 m. — I. libation. — II. molten 
image, Dan. 11:8.— III. anointed 
one, prince. 

t|D3, "qD: m. (withsuff. *13D3, nbplj 
pi. D*3D3).— I. drink-offering. — 
II. molten image. 

^D3 m. Ch., drink-offenng, Ezr. 7:17. 

riDDD I. fusing; V Vj^j mo/*en 
images. — II. libation, Isa. 30: 1. 

II. *IpJ same as "?]pp covered, Isa. 25 : 7. 
fOpp covering, Isa. 25:7; 28:20. 
nppp f. (Arab, he wove), web, Jud. 

16:13, 14. 

Dp3 raised, bore a standard, Isa. 10: 
T 18; 59:19. Hithpo. Dptonj 

I. ra% round a standard, Ps. 60 : 6. 
— II. raise oneself as a standard, 
Zee. 9:16. 

D3 m. (with suff. ''pi). — I. banner. — 

II. flag-staff. — III. sail.— IV. ex- 
ample, warning. — V. the leader to 
whom the banner belongs, Isa. 
11:10. 

J7P5 (fut. VB\; inf. 5>*D3; imp.pl. typ) 
— I. departed. — II. travelled. — III. 
arose (a wind), Nu. 11:31. — IV. 
removed. — V. pulled up or out. 






pD3 



Niph. yp3 was 'pulled up. Hiph. 
ypH 1. caused to depart, fyc. — II. 
made to blow, Ps. 78:26. — III. 
quarried stone, I Ki. 5:31. 
ypD m. — I. missile weapon, Job 41 : 
18. — II. march, journey; pi. 

" T ~ 

pD3 g-o wp, Ps. 139:8. 
pp3 Ch., g*o mjo. Aph. lifted up, 

Dan. 3:22. Hoph. was lifted up, 

Dan. 6:24. 
1pp3 p. n., Nisroch, an idol of the 

Ninevites. 
nyp p.n., a town in the tribe of Ze- 

bulon. 
n^J p- n. of a woman. 
Tljtt for -ityj Niph. pret., from "fly. 
Dn-IJJJ yotttt; see "lgj. 
/fcOV? p. n., a town in the tribe of 

Naphtali. 
D^3 pleasant; see Dy3- 

/^ I. p?<£ on sandals, Eze. 16:10, lit. 
Za/c/i £/iem. — II. bolted, latched the 
door. Hiph. fut. with suff. CD^yiH 
shod them, 2 Chron. 28: 15. 

7^3 f., s/ioe, sandal; dual DvJJ3 pair 
of sandals; pi. D^y3, ni^3- 

>iy3P m., oo/i, /oc& of a gate. 

Sj>3b m., defence, Deu. 33:25. 

D>/3 (fut. Dy^lj was pleasant, agree- 
able, with p. 

D*'y3 m. — I. pleasant. — II. sweet mu- 
sic. — III. amiable. — IV. becoming. 
— V. prosperous; pi. D l, p ,, J/3- 

DJJ3 p. n. of a man. 

Dy!) m. — I. pleasantness. — II. kind- 
ness, grace. 

ntty3 p.n. — I. a town in the tribe of 
Judah. — 11. the daughter of La- 



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-III. the mother of Reho- 



mech. 

boam. 
*DW p. n., Naomi, the mother-in- 

law of Ruth. 
»Dg2 patron.; see |»Jtt. 
|0y3 m. — I. pleasantness, Isa. 17: 10. 

— II. p.n. of a man. 
* fifty 3 p. n., Naamathite, a title. 
DV3V3D m. pi., delicacies, Ps. 141:4. 

r yj (Arab, a thorny bush in the Hed- 
jaz). 
^•1Vy3 m., a species of thorn bush, Isa. 
7:19; 55:13. 

lyj I. roar as a lion, Jer. 51 :38. — II. 

shook off, out. Niph. was shaken 

out. Pi. iy3 threw out. Hithp. 

Isa. 52:2, shake thyself, with |ft- 
"1^3 m., straying, strayed (cattle), Zee 

11:16; see also below. 
rny3 f., tow, Jud. 16:9; Isa. 1:31. 

1JJ3 m. (with suff. Tj-iyj, hy.3 ; pi. 

^"$3, ny.3J.— I. infant.— II. 6oy. 
— IH.yowi/i. — IV. servant. 
niy3 f. — I. g"ir/. — II. young woman. 
— 111. female servant. — IV. p. n. of 
a woman. — V. p. n., a town in the 
tribe of Ephraim, also py3- 
"iy3 m., childhood, youth. 
Q'H-'iy} m. pi., youth, early life. 
rrt"ty3 f. pi., the same. 
rTHyb p, n> f a man. 
ny.4 P- n -» same as n"jy # 3- 
5]3 same as ?]'ft- 
323 p. n. of a man. 
Ha}; see P]-13. 
D*p-ia3, D*D*B3, D*D^D3 p.n. of a m. 

mSj I. blew, blew upon, with 2. — II, 
blew a fire.— III. with ^33 ex- 
pired; rVl£3 "1-1 ^ seething pot, Jer. 
12 



nw 



15:9. Pu. riSO was blown (of a 
fire), Job 20:26. Hiph. puffed at, 
despised. 
riSO p. n., a town in Moab. 
nSD m., bellows, Jer. 6:29. 
nsp m. B>E0 'E>,Job 1 1 : 20, expiring, 
"giving up the ghost," Eng. Ver. 
D^BJ ; see ^BJ- 
CBJ p. n., Naphish, a son of lshmael. 

^JSJ m., an unknown precious stone; 
* LXX. avQpa.%. 

?§P (fut.^; inf.Sbaj with suff. 
T \%), )%}).— I. fell, fell down, 
was killed, fyc.; (?BJ one pros- 
trate). — II. fell upon, with ?]}_. — 
III. fell to (of an inheritance), with 
p. — IV. fell on his face, with or 

without v:b Sy, v:s ^x.— v. 

T T ^" T T 

fell on (was confined to) his bed, 
Ex. 21 : 18. — VI. deserted to, joined, 
with bv. or ^.— y 11. fell into the 
hand o/,with T2. — VIII. perished, 
Pro. 11:5, &c. — IX. /e£/ mfo a 
pit, mischief, with 2, a — X. 
V3 S ^3 sank in his own esteem, 
Neh.6:16.— XI.r6m2 obtained 
an inheritance, Eze. 47:22. — XII. 
sank (of the heart), 1 Sa. 17:32. — 
XIII. riV")S '3 perished. Hiph. 
^BH I. caused to fall. — II. killed. 
— III. annihilated. — IV. threw 
down. — V. divide (by lot), Jos. 23: 
4. with ?. — VI. knock out a tooth, 
Ex.21 :27. — WU. overcame. — VIII. 
cause to settle, Ps. 78:55. — IX. 
cast out, forsook. — X. threw into 
the fire, with b$_ or 3- Hith. I. 
prostrate myself. — II. fell upon 
violently, with ?V- 



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7>B3 Ch. — 1. fall, fell down. — II. pros- 
trated. — III. was thrown down. — 
IV. descended, Dan. 7: 20.— V.fell 
(became needful) to one, Ezr. 
7:20. 

?B3, 7>B3 m., abortion. 

D v^BJ m. pi., a tribe of the first in- 
habitants of Canaan, who were of 
gigantic stature. 
nntOBp Niph. pret. f. with H pa rag., 
fromK^B. 

TvB3 Eze. 28:23, probably an error 
for ^>B3. 

7>BD m. — I. that which falls out of 
the ear, the worst, of the corn, 
Am. 8:6. — II. pendulous, flaccid 
parts (of the flesh), Job 41 : 15. 

!"PBD, n?2ft f., ruins of an edifice, 

T T ~ ' T •• - » ' 

Jeremiah only. 
vk^O f. — I. fall, ruin.— II. that 
'which falls, leaf, Eze. 31: 13.— III. 
carcase, Jud. 14:8. 

T S3 same as f*-1B. — I. broke, dashed 
down. — II. dispersed, Isa. 11:12. 
— III. dispersed itself. Pi. same 
as Kal I., II. Pu. was broken 
down, Isa. 27:9- 

)-*Bjl m., breaking forth, bursting. 

)>Bb m., "battle axe," Eng. Ver., Jer. 
51:20. 

Y&ip m., bruising, Eze. 9:2. 

pS3 Ch., came forth. Aph. brought 
out. 
XpBJ Ch. f., outgoings, expence, Ezr. 
T 6:4,8. 

U^J. Niph. I. had breathing time, 
rest, Ex. 23 : 12.— II. rested. 
6?M f., seldom m. (with suff. W ; 
"pLrt^Mj const. nte*W; D^DJ). 



nw 



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Gi*: 



— 1. breath. — II. an animac (that 
which breathes). — III. a person; 
t^S3 0^3^ seventy souls, i. e. 
persons; $33 7D erery owe, who- 
soever. — IV. self; ^E)3 myself; 
SJWafl thyself — v. ho 65>M 
dead oody, carcase; CSpy fr^P^' 
E>QJ KDD polluted by a dead body. 
—VI. livelihood, Deu. 24: 6.— VII. 
toe feelings, desire, inclination. 

naj, riQi); seePpl 

D^-lhw ; see ^na« 

DTiriQp p.n. of a people. 

vJJIM [my wrestlings, Gen. 30: 8), p.n., 
Naphtali, the son of Jacob and 
Bilhah. 

pD tone*; see f ¥1 

X^ J 7 Hi J /teio away, Jer. 48 :.9 ; Lam. 
T 4:15 TT 

^¥J. Niph. 2->*3 I. stood. — II. was 

placed, appointed, with ?]J; part. 

l^J one se£ oyer, officer. Hiph. 

Ttfil I. placed.— II. se< wp— III. 

./faed, appointed. — IV. set a trap, 

Jer. 5:26.— V. uphold, Ps. 41:13. 

Hoph. Itfn se* itp, Gen. 28: 12. 
2W m— I. pillar, Gen. 19:26.-11. 

garrison. — III. chief commander, 

1 Ki. 4: 19. — IV. p. n., a town in 

the tribe of Judah. 
1%) m. (part. Niph.), handle of a 

knife, Jud. 3:22. 
K2VP f- Ch., firmness, strength, Dan. 

T 2:41. 
2%D, const. 2-¥D m. — 1. standing 

place. — II. station, dignity, Isa. 

22:19. — III. station, column of 

soldiers. 
2^p m. (part. Hoph.), the same. 



m-m mXD f., the same. 

T T - ' T T • 

ni-VD, const. Iin-VP f. — I. pillar set 
up as a memorial. — II. image, 
statue of an idol. 

JlQ-'ikP f. — 1. pillar. — II. monument. — 
III. stem, root, Isa. 6:13. 

y$^. Hiph. yXT) set up, make stand 
up. Hoph. J-i'n was stayed, Ex. 
10:24. 

n^J. Kal was laid waste; fut. 
TT n>>Tl, Jer.4.7. Niph. HSJ I. ex- 
cited to quarrel. — II. was stripped; 
(part. pi. D'*B). Hiphil H-jn 
was desolate; see also ^S*J. 
Hii, f. affix HI"! ¥3 contents of a bird's 

crop t entrails, Lev. 1:16. 
HVi: a feather, Eze. 17:3. 
H-'kp f., quarrel, strife, Pro. 13:10; 

17:19; see also in pVD- 
n-VVp f., the same, Isa. 41:12. 
n-^3 blossom; see f*V3. 

Pl¥3 Kal not used ; (Arab, was 
innocent). Pi. n-)»3 superintend, 
preside over; part. n-}»3p 1. leader, 
chief. — II. choragus, leader of 
music. 

I"l¥3 Ch. Ith. superior, with ?])_. 

n^\, TO m.— I. a title of God; 
7KTB* strength of Israel, 1 Sa. 
15:29. — II. perpetuity. — III. suc- 
cess ; n^h n¥lh and nVJ I. ac- 
cording- to towto. — II. entirely, 
wholly; nVj?, nvp. continually, 
for ever. 

nVP m.,,/wzce o/ grapes, Isa. 63:3,6; 
(Arab, sprinkled). 

n^3 (part. Niph.) f. niT¥3 was ;;er- 
fected, finished. 
P1£X3 Hith. fut.pl. l.pers., from jTTC. 



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Dp 



1^3; see 3*3. 

*?K3. Pi. b 1 *} I. delivered, Eze. 14 : 14. 
T _H. plundered.— III. gained spot/, 
2 Chron. 20:25. Hiph. ?**il I. 
delivered, rescued.— II. foofc away, 
with |P — III. parted, with |*2 — 
IV. deliver himself. Hoph. part. 
^>tfp rescued. Niph. 7tf? I. was 
delivered, escaped. — II. ra?i away 
to, with ^K. Hith. sfri^ ttem- 
selves, Ex. 33:6. 

^V? Ch - A P h - rescued ' 
rb%n (verb Hiph.) f., deliverance, 
T Est. 4: 14. 
f*¥3 I. glittering, Eze. 1:7.— U.fled. 
y{ m. (with suff. n-^3). — L flower, 

Gen. 40: 10.— II. hawk. 
n^} f., blossoyn. 
|¥3m.,pl. &M1 flowers, Cant 2:12. 

"1^ (fut. n&P., "VS3*; inf. abs. nV&3; 

" "const. "fti ; imp. iVj ; with H 

parag. rn¥3; with suff. iT]«tt — 

I. guarded. — II. preserved from 

evil— III. watched.— IV . besieged, 

shut up. — V. observed; ED^TM 

fteepers. 

TV?, m., s/wof, branch; (Arab, s/ione). 

-|*V3 m., pi. const. H^ F$*}) P re " 

seryed, liberated. 
P1TS3 Kal imp. with H parag. and dag. 

' euphon., from ""l¥3- 
fc<p3 white; see Hp3- 
nW (fut. 3P1, n'p^.).— I. pierced.— 
II. bored through. — III. bored a 

/wj e . IV. brofte Me head wnfft a 

tfajf, Hab. 3:14.— V. marfeed.— 
VI. named.— VII. pronounced un- 
fortunate.— VIII. cursed. Niph. 
were marked by name. 






2p) m . — I. boZes bored in precioiu 
''stones, Eze. 28: 13.— II. 2p3n p. n., 
a city in the tribe of Naphtali. 
nnp3 f., female. 
i"!2pP f-, hammer 

rO|ip f. — I. hammer. — II. hole, shaft 
of a well, Isa. 51:1. 
HD3 root not used; (Ch. "!,;} mark 
with spots). 
ip3 m. (pi. D«IJM; f- n^3 : ) */«>»«* 

sbee/? or goafs, Gen. 30:32, 33. 
rnp3 f., studs of silver, Cant. 1:11. 
np3"m., shepherd, 2 Ki. 3:4; Am. 

1:1. 
D^j93 m. pi.— I. bread, Jos. 9:5, 12 
-—II. cakes (probably pricked like 
Passover cakes), I Ki. 14:3. 
NTlp3 p. n. of a man. 
npi inf. Hp3 was pure, Jer. 49:12. 
Niph. np3 — I. was innocent, clear. 

II. was made innocent, cleared, 

with jd — HI. was swept away, 
devastated. Pi. ^ I. cleansed. 

II. treated as innocent, freed 

from punishment, with ]D- 
Kp3 Ch., Pe. part. J^p} pure, white, 

T Dan. 7:9. 
•>p3 m. (pi. D**j?3).— 1. innocent.— II. 
^ clear from guilt, an oath, fyc, with 

]P HI. exempt, 1 Ki. 15:22. 

&Op3 the same, Joel 4:19; Jonah 1 : 

14. 
ft*M m.— I. innocency.— II. cleanness 

o/ teetfc, i. e. hunger, Am. 4 : 6. 
IVj?3J? f-, pi- n'Vp3P bow/s /or drinftj 
offerings. 
t0p3 same as D-tp toatfie, Job 10: 1. 
bp3 Niph. pret., from 7?p- 
Dpi (fut. Dpi).— I. arengred, *oo* r* 



npj ( 17.3 ) ae>3 

venge on, with hv, |t?, nKD, TO, j $pj 5nami (as a fowler) 
? — II. punished. — Niph. Qp3 I. 
revenged himself on. — II. was pun- 
ished, with }P, 2. Pi. EDjM I. 
revenged, with }ft and 3. Hoph. 
fut. Dp* 1 5/iaZ/ Z>e avenged. Hith. 
I. revenged himself. — II. part. 
D[p_3np desired vengeance. 
D[53 m.i rV3j>) f. (with suff. k nDp3 ; 
pi. niDpp). — I. vengeance taken 
or inflicted; 02^n, np^>, nbj> 
took vengeance; HlftpJ jfO /e< 
vmgeance come upon any one. — II. 
punishment. — III. thirst for re- 
venge, Lam. 3:60. 



W 



=P 



(fut. ])\>\ ; see yp 1 ") fell away, 
was estranged from, Eze. 23:18, 
22,28. 

•lSp^ D*3n "let them kill sa- 
crifices," Eng. Ver., Isa. 29:1. 
Pi. C]j?J I. cmZ doivn, Isa. 10:34. — 
II. pierced, Job 19:26. Hiph. 
Pj^jpn l. fixed, placed around, with 
?JJ — II. surrounded. — III. went 
round a place, Isa. 15 : 8. — IV. came 
round (of time), Job 1:5. — V. 
shaved the head in a circle, Lev. 
19:27; inf. BpgH, t®T\- 
?|pj m., shaking of an olive tree to 
' make the fruit fall, Isa. 17:6; 24: 13. 
H3p3 f., "a rent" (in a garment), 
Eng. Ver., Isa. 3:24. 

ppj same as 2p3- 
p^fpi m., fissure in a rock. 

1p3(fut. TJ^J and Pi. T$i.— I. pierced 

through. — II. pecked out (as a bird). 
— III. put out an eye. Pu. dug out, 
Isa. 51:1. 
Hip: f., cleft (of a rock). 



Niph. is 
ensnared, Deu. 12:30. Pi. spread 
a snare for, with ?. Hith. the 
same, with 2- 
L**p3 Ch., struck each other (of knees), 
Dan. 5:6. 
13, "0, nn.3; see "fll 

73*13 m., name of an idol, 2Ki. 17 : 30. 
^i^P ^313 P- n. of an Assyrian 
prince, Jcr. 39:3,13. 



m., babbler, calumniator. 

^^J m. (with suff. *TT3; pi. Q**n?), 
spikenard, Cant. 1:12; 4:13, 14. 

XEO (fut. Kbj, !)«fe» •IK^; inf. abs. 
T te>3; const. rW, Rxb, **B0, 
^i^ T ; imp. «^3, kpj, Xb).— I. 
Z//if(?d up: (a) his hand; (b) with 
3 against; (c) beckoned; (d) Zt/Zed 
wp ftw voice; (e) Zi/"/ed wp /m /eeZ; 
(f) Zi/Yed up his face, looked toivards, 
with ?K; (g) Zr/ZecZ Mp his eyes; 
(h) Zi/Zed wp his soul (set his 
heart on, paid regard, with E?S3), 
(i) raised the head, elevated, with 
£J>N"I ; (k) Zoo/e the sum of, examined 
the case of, with E^fcH. — II. Zoo/*, 
ZooA wp: (a) took into hand; (b) 
Zoo& into the mouth; (c) littered, 
offered a prayer; (d) received a 
precept; (e) Zooft away, took hold 
of, obtained. — III. D"03 O accepted 
the person, acted with partiality. 
— IV. (a) ji)J took away ini- 
quity: (b) forgave (without )iy, 
with ? of the person). — V. (a) car- 
ried, brought; (b) carried away; 
(c) endured; (d) bore punishment ; 
(e) supported dignity ; (f) assisted; 



NPJ 



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n^3 



(g) bore fruit, 8fc. ; (h) supported, 
with 3; (i) laid upon, with 7JJ; 
(k) imposed an oath upon, 1 Ki. 
8:31; (1) removed itself (of the 
earth), Nah. 1:5. Niph. NEO I. 
was lifted up; part. KGSO ft/ted 
Mj9. — II. raised himself. — III. was 
carried. — IV. was carried away. 
Pi. KBO, KBO I. took away. — II. 
presented a gift. — III. carried. — 
IV. assisted. — V. raised in rank, 
Est. 3: 1. — VI. £>£)!? set his heart. 
Hiph. BOfe^n I. caused to bear. — 
II. brought, 2 Sa. 17:13. Hith. 
KBOnn, SEpin I. arose. — II. ex- 
alted ' himself '.—III. was exalted. 
tfbO Ch. — I. carried away, Dan. 2: 
T 35. — ii. took, Ezr. 5:15. Ithpa. 
exalted himself, Ezr. 4:19. 
&OB>3 m— I. chief.— II. c/iie/ of a 
tribe among the Israelites. — III. 
chief of a subdivision of a tribe. 
— IV. prince. — V. pi. E3*K*5M 
vapours. 
PlX-lbO f., burden, lsa, 46: 1. 
ntfWb (Niph. part.) a gift, 2 Sa. 

19:43. 

fcOtP m., elevation, dignity, Job 20:6. 

ntffe> inf.— I. /i/^ng' up, elevation, 

Gen. 4:7. — II . swelling in the 

skin.— III. exaltation, dignity.— 

IV. judgment, sentence, Hab. 1:7. 

nb> same as nKB> ming", Job 41 : 

17. 
K&D m., D^D K&£ preference of 

persons, 2 Chron. 19:7. 
tt'^D m.— I. carrying.— II. a burden. 
—III. a load— IV. that which is 
burdensome. — V. a tribute. — VI. 
calamity.— VII. lifting up the 



voice to sing. — VIII. solemn de 
claration. — IX. prophecy. 
T\tf,WQ f., rising of flame, burning, 
Ysa. 30:27. 

HKf D f. (const, m&n-, pi. nVq?D). 

— I. Me act of lifting up. — II. a 
signal. — III. prophecy. — IV. gift. 
— V. tribute. 

I. Jb0. Hiph. aW I. reached.— II. 
zras a£de to reach. — III. attained, 
obtained, overtook. — IV. befel. 

II. Ml same as MD. Hiph. 3*frfl 

- T * * 

removed (land marks), Job 24:2. 

p^X Hiph. jWH fcMed a fire. 
Niph. w:as kindled. 

ISJM root not used; (Arab, saw)- 

- T 

"Vlt^D m., a saw, lsa. 10:15. 

I. NKO. Hiph. K^n I. caused to err, 

T T 

led astray. — II. deceived, with JIN, 
7, 3. — III. laid a burden on, with 
21. * Niph. was deceived. 
flX$D m., deceit, Pro. 26:26. 

II. ^C3 same as I1BO which see. 

T T T T 

1$J Meu>, lsa. 40:7. Hiph. l^H 
I. caused to Mow. — II. dispersed, as 
dust. 

I. (Ht20 I. /orgo/. — II. neglected, Jer. 
23: 39. Niph. the same, lsa. 44: 
21. Pi. cause to forget. Gen. 41 : 
51. Hiph. n^n cause to forget, 
Job 11:6; 39:17. 

II. HKO, K&?3 tent money, Jer. 15: 
10 T ( with 3 ; T fflgb, N£>3 creditor; 
nt^3 wonew tender. Hiph. the 
same, with 3; fut. iOu'V 

nCO m., the ischiatic nerve, Gen. 32: 
33 ; (Arab, the same). 



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W) m., a debt, 2 Ki. 4:7. 

JWJ f., forgetfulness, Ps. 88: 13. 

i1&?6 m., debt, Den. 15:2. 

K5$>P m., interest, Neh. 5:7. 

riS^D const. ntf^P f., deft*. 
riS^M&S for tt$>jj, from XK>3. 
W|$J, Ps.32 : l. for Vftfett Kal P art - P ass > 

T from Stf?! 
D^3 woman; see H^tt in B>3X. 
D^5 for D H £>3 or EDBO Hiph. fat. pi. 
1. pers., from DDSJ>- 

^Jfe£j (fut.^., ^J I. bit.— H. an- 

noyed. — III. was lent on interest, 
Deu. 23 : 20. Pi. bit (of a serpent). 
Hiph. lent on interest, with p, Deu. 
23:20,21. 
^KO m., interest. 

il3B^ f., (pi. niD^3 for n^ 5 ?) c/Kim- 
ber of the temple (book of Nehe- 
miah only). 

b$} (fut. h&\; imp.-^).— 1. fell off. 
— II. pulled off a shoe. — III. drove 
out. Pi. drove out, 2 Ki. 16:6. 

DBO snort; fut. «\N\ Isa. 42:14; 
see D»K\ 
HD£0 f.— I. breath.— II. K/e.— III. a 

t t : 

human being. — IV. breath of God: 
(a) his anger; (b) Me /i/e he gives. 
— V. the wind. 

K1JBO f. Ch., breath, life, Dan. 5:23. 

np^3n f. — I. an unclean bird (spe- 
cies uncertain), Lev. 11:18; Deu. 
14:16. — II. an unclean beast, Lev. 
11 :30. (species unknown). 

?0} L blew.— II. blew on, with 3. 
C|gO m. (with suff. \&$2).— -I. dauw. 
— II. evening, twilight. — III. dark- 
ness. 



5 ) I™ 

Sflfcfe tftmi m., bittern; LXX. i/3i. 

pEO (fut. pB», pBfy imp. pB\ H^). 
— I. kissed; with 7> and ?K A-m-ed 
each other. — II. adored, with ?. — 
III. rwZe, order, Gen. 41 :40. — IV. 
draw up in battle array, with 7JJ. 
Pi. kissed. Hiph. joinod, touched, 
Eze. 3: 13. 
M, p^i m.— I. tatf/e, Ps. 140:8. 
—II. battle array, Job 39:21 . — III. 
arms. — IV. an armoury 
n|W f., kiss. 

n £20 (Arab . ea g-Ze) . 
*l£5>3 m., aw eag-/e. 
"1^3 m. Ch., an eag7e. 

Dfe/^ I. was parched, Isa. 41:17. — II. 

wasted away, Jer. 51 : 30. Niph. 

dried up, Isa. 19:5. 
rrWJ Nith., from iW. 

it : _• 

J m., a letter. Ch. the same 
(book of Ezra only). 

DHj (Arab, was lofty, raised up). 

y>^ m., nzpn; f.— i. path.— n. 

dri/£ o/ a vein of metal, Job 28: 7. 
— III. course of life. 

T\r\j. Pi. nri3 divided, cut in pieces 
(a slaughtered animal), 
nro m., join*, piece o/ flesh ; pi 

* t : 

T[rO (fut. t|£P) powmi ow£. Niph. 
I. was poured out. — II. was melted. 
Hiph. T'Pir! I. poured out. — II. 
melted. Hoph. 1]Fin be melted, 
Eze. 22:22. 
■^•"inn (verb Hiph.) m., melting (me- 
tal), Eze. 22:22. 

pTO (fut. Jfl*. "|n>; pi. |FI3, "jn3; inf. 
abs. ]iri3; const. fn3, flfi; with 



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in: 



suff. '•Aft; imp. \T\, n3FI). — I. gave 
\h$ a present, in marriage, &c). — 
II. gave forth (produced fruit, 
emitted odour, &c.). — III. ascribed. 
—IV. sold.—V. offered, Lev. 20:2, 
3, with J1S — VI. placed, with ?K, 
3, \% Sj;— VII. appointed.— VIII. 
imposed tribute, with ?V — IX. in- 
flicted. — X. wrought miracles. — 
XI. rendered like, considered as, 
with 3 — XII. made, rendered, 
with V. \B\ >D; see ȣ. Niph. 
jPO pass, of Kal.— Hoph. fut. j$J 
shall be given, 8fc. 

|H3 Ch., gave. 

|J1J p. n. — I. Nathan, the prophet. 
— II. the name also of a son of 
David and of other men. 

?JOrO (gift of God), p. n. of a man, 
~SaOavar]X- 

rWrtf, WJ30J [gift of the Lord), p. n. 
of a man. 

^2P _ |np p. n. of king Josiah's cham- 
' berlain, 2 Ki. 23:11. 

CO* 1 ]"!} m. pi., (devoted), Nethinim, 
servants of the Temple, waiting 
upon the Levites; Ch. f^fO- 

JPlft m. — I. gift. — II. p. n. of a 
man. 

nDDD f. — I. the same. — II. p.n. of 

T T _ 

a place between Moab and the 

desert. 
fcOriD f. Ch., the same. 
•0F1D (for !"P3fip), p. n. of a man. 
n^JFlD, -IH^riD p.n. of a man. 

rfrip f., a "gift. 

J-pnnD, -irPnnS p. n. of a man, 

MarOaQiag. 
nnriD p. n. of a man. 

DJ"0 break down, cut off, Job 30: 13. 



yrO. Niph. broken down, cut off, Job 
4:10, for fTO. 

T*H!l (fut. yr\\). — I. broke down, des- 
troyed. — II. ruined a person. — III. 
struck out teeth, Ps. 58:7. Pi 
f*JFI3 destroyed. Niph. ^P0, Pu. 
yF\) and Hoph. yftftwas destroyed. 

pT\^ I. drew one away from (a place), 
Jud. 20:32. — II. drew off (a ring), 
Jer. 22:24. — III. part. p-IFO cas- 
trated, Lev. 22:24. Niph. pfl3 

I. drawn away. — 11. purged away, 
Jer. 6:29. — III. broken (of a shoe- 
string, cord). Pi. pFD I. removed 
took off, Isa. 58:6.-11. pulled up, 
uprooted. — III. broke a cord. — 
IV. broke off, frustrated, Job 17: 

II. &c. Hiph. p^PlT) drew away. 
Hoph. pJ;0n pass, of Hiph., Jud. 
20:31. 

prill m., scalled head; lit. plucking 

off of hair, Lev. 13:30 — 37; 

14:54. 

•iniipnp Jud. 20:32, Kal pi. 1. pers. 

with suff. and dag. euphon., from 

pni 

"irO (fut. "1FP), beat violently (the 
heart), Job 37:1. Pi. leap (as 
locusts), Lev. 11:21. Hiph. "VflH 
I. loosened, Ps. 105:20, &c. — II. 
stretched out the hand, Job 6:9. — 

III. straightened, 2 Sa. 22:33.— 

IV. made vibrate, caused to trem- 
ble, Hab. 3:6. 

"in? Ch., fell off. Aph. shake off] 

Dan. 4:11. 
"iriD m. — I. nitre, natron, Pro. 25 :20. 

— II. soap made of natron and ail. 

Jer. 2:22. 



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D2D 



BTO (fut. WW!), with n».— i. ex- 
pelled.—ll. destroyed. Niph. I. was 
expelled, destroyed. — II. /ai'/ed (of 
waters). Hoph. K>Fin plucked up 
(of trees), Eze. 19:12.' 

Rni nnro, nna, *fina Kai pret,, 

t-t' t - t ' : -t t 

from JH3. 



nXp f., a dry measure, containing 
one third of an ephah, adrov; 
dual D?nKD; pi. D^KD. 
nXDXP f., the same, Isa.*27:8. 
JXD, part. | Kb Acroing- greaves, Isa. 
T 9:4. 
j'lNp m., greaves (armour for the 
legs), Isa. 9:4. 
X!3D dranfe wine, became drunk; part. 
T K21D drinker (pi. D^niD Ketib, 

D^np Kri, Eze. 23:42). 
fcOb m! (with suff. ^OD)r- 1. wine. 
' — II. the act of drinking wine, 
Nah. 1:10. 
SOD p. n. — I. the son of Cush, Gen. 
io-.7. — II. the people descended 
from him; D^fcOp the Sabeans. 

n?D (pret. -nap, -innp, top ; fut. 

3bj, 2b\; pi. •13b;; inf. nip, 
ID; imp. 3D ; part. nn'lD, n»3D). 
— I. turned about. — II. made a 
dz-cwii, with nfc, 3.— HI. reached 
round. — IV. surrounded, with Hi*, 
^y. — V. entied a circuit at, with 
^ or }, — VI. an act overtaken in 
its consequences, with fiK. — VII. 
circumvented, entrapped. — VIII. 
went round, examined in succes- 
sion, Ecc. 7:25. — IX. arrived at a 



conclusion (after going round), Ecc. 
2:20. Niph. npJ (fut. 2D^; pi. 
•12D''). — 1. turn about, make a 
circle, surround. — II. returned. — 
III. came round in turn. — IV. was 
changed, changed, changed his 
conduct. Pi. 22D brought to pass, 
2 Sa. 14:20. Poel 221D I. made 
a circuit, with ?])_■ — II . surrounded, 
with h$_. Hiph. 3pn (fut. 2&1, 
•12 D^). — I. caused to turn about, 
make a circuit, surround. — II. 
changed his name to. Hoph. 2 DIP! 
teas turned round, enclosed. 
2 <I 2D m. — I. a circuit ; adv. 2" , 2E>p, 
2'QD n'QD around, from around; 
b T3D around.— II. pi. D*2*3D, 
nin'Op surrounding places, sub- 
urbs, Jer. 17 : 26; 33 : 13; with suff. 
I, rii2 ,, 2p around me. 
2^2D for nib Kal part., from nnD. 
H2D f., change, turn in affairs, 1 Ki 

T 12:15. 
H2D3 f., the same, 2 Chron. 10:15. 
2D-1J3 m., the wall that surrounds a 
house, Eze. 41:7. 

npp m. (pi. const. »api?, ninpp). 

I. sofas for reclining on (ranged 
round), Cant. 1:12. — II. places 
surrounding. — III. adv. round 
about, 1 Ki. 6:29. 

"HUD wrapped, folded, coiled, entan- 
gled, Pu. T|2p. 
IpD m., thicket, tangled place. 
1j2p m., pi. const. 'Onp; the same. 
*?|2D m., the same; with suff. 122D. 
*122D with dag. euphon. for 122D, 
from ^]2D. 
'•nnp p. n., Sibbechai, one of Da 
vid's generals, 2 Sa. 21:18, &c. 



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"lilD 



XD^D, fcOSG? f. Ch., a certain 

t : - 7 t : - ' 

musical instrument, aapfiutcr], of 
what kind is unknown, Dan. 3 : 5, 
7,10. 

/HD I- carried (a load), Isa. 46:4. — 

II. carried (as a child). — III. bore 

consequences of. Pu. laden, Ps. 

144:14. Hith. ^JTipn become a 

burden. 
720 Ch., the same. Po. brought, 

Ezr. 6:3. 
TOD m., burden, task. 
?2lp m., porter. 
72D m. (with suff. V?3D), burden, 

Isaiah only. 
v3D; see above. 
H?ilD f., pi. const. n'vDD burdens, 

labours, tasks, Exodus only. 
nPBp f- (in the dialect of the tribe 

of Ephraim, for H?b^), ear of 

corn, Jud. 12:6. 

")5P Ch., hope, propose, Dan. 7:25. 
QH2D p.n., a city between Damascus 
and Hamath. 
nFDD, KFQD p. n., Sabtah, one of the 

t : - t : - L 

sons of Cush, Gen. 10:7, and the 
people descended from him. 
nSfilD, fcOFOD p. n., Sabtechah, one 

tj: t • • — * 

of the sons of Cush, Gen. 10:7. 
D^D same as D^D; see 3-1D- 

**"uD worshipped, with ?. 
13D Ch., the same 

7JU root not used; ?3D bought, ac- 

- T ! a 

quired. 
H?3D f. — I. collection of valuables. — 

t •., : " 

II. an object of special regard. 

uD m., pi. 0"03p. — I. chiefs among 
the Babylonians and Persians. — 



— II. chiefs among the Jews aftej 
the second captivity. 
}3P m. Ch., pi. |»3ip the same. 

I^D (fut. "lilp"'). — I. shut a door, shut 
in. — II. closed a breach, 1 Ki. 11: 
27, with b)), "iy_3; part. "VI 3D shut 
up; 1-1 3 D in T pure gold, lit. such 
gold as is shut, hoarded up. Niph. 
~l3Dp ivas shut. Pi. nap, with 
*V3 delivered up, surrendered. Pu. 
13p was shut up. Hiph. "l^DH 

I. shut up, with T3, b& b.— II. 
delivered up; part. n\app. 

nap Ch., shut. Dan. 6 : 23.' 

"llJD m. — I. enclosure, Hos. 13:8. — 

II. refined gold, Job 28: 15. 
njl-ID m., prison, Eze. 19:9. 
n*"l3p m., rain, Pro. 27 : 15. 

-)3pE> (part. Hiph.) m. — I. confine- 
ment, prison. — II. joiner, i.e. closer. 

rq|.pO f. (pi. nnipp).— I. inclosure. 
— II. border, moulding. 

I jp root not used; (Arab, shut up). 
1pm., fetters. 

□ID p.n., Sodom, one of the cities 
of the plain, Sodofxa. 

Mp root not used; (Arab, wool, 
covering). 
pnD m. — I. fine cloth of Syrian manu 
facture. — II. a dress made of it, Isa. 
3:23. — III. a piece of it used as 
a sheet, Jud. 14: 12, 13. 

I |p root not used; (Syr. set in order), 
11D m., pi. D'Hlp ranks, orderly 

arrangement, Job 10:22. 
Tft$P f., pi. nVTjjP the same. 
pnnpD m., portico, Jud. 3:23. 

""lOp root, not used (Samar. "HID). 
encompassed about, was round. 









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niD 



"HID m., roundness (like 
moon), Cant. 7:3. 

"HID m., "inbn 7V3 prison, Gen. 39& 
40, only. 

D^"in^ m. pi., small moons (orna- 
ments). 
SID p. n., Sevechus king of Egypt, 
2 Ki. 17:4. 

[. jflD slid back from God. Niph. 31D3 
(fut. yiD" 1 .). — I. driven back. — II. 
induced to go back. 

II. y^D fenced, Cant. 7:3. 
Tp, MD m. (pi. DWD, D^p), <//u« 
(of metals). 
IID, H'lD ; see 1D\ 
Pi -ID root not used ; same as H nD cleanse. 
IT1D p. n. of a man. 
nn-1D L, filth, Isa. 5:25. 
"•DID (see D-IS^) p. n. of a man. 

*TJmD same as "?]p3. — I. anoint himself. 
— II. anoint another, with 3. Hiph. 
anointed himself; fut. "J]p*V 
"TJ-lDtf m., vessel for anointing oil, 
2 T Ri.4:2. 

PI J Sp -ID f. Ch., Gvprpwvia, a musi- 
cal instrument, the hautboy, Ital. 
zampogna, Dan. 3:5, 15. 

rtJlp p. n., Syene, a city of Egypt ; 
(hierog. Soun). 

DID m. — I. a horse. — II. a swalloio, 
Isa. 38:14; Jer. 8:7. 
riD-ID f., horses, Cant. 1:9. 
■•D-ID p.n. of a man. 

► nD come to an end, perish. Hiph. 
cause to perish. 
?|-1D Ch., came to an end, was com- 
pleted. Aph. destroyed. 



tion, result. — II. rear of an army, 

Joel 2:20. 
?|iD m. Ch., the same. 
HD-ID f., whirlwind, tornado, with H 

T ' 

parag. PinD-ID- 

5|-lD m. — J. seaweed; ffiZTti] the Red 
Sea. — II. p. n. of a man. 

"fiD (fut. ")-1D t \ -ID*}).— I. went, turned 
aside, with S^jP, h%C, ^$$0 — 

II. went away, with }E>. — III. was 
removed. — IV. ceased. — V. rebelled 
against, with 2- Pil. TVlD turned 
away, Lam. 3:11. Hiph. "VpH 
(fut. Tp* 1p*l).— I. removed, Lev. 
1:16. — II. laid aside, gave up. — 

III. drew off (a ringj. — IV. set 
aside.— V. destroyed. ?))V $fch Tl 
'3 etri ojf Am Aead; mn^ H.nK» Tl 
estranged him from folloiving the 
Lord. Hoph. Ip-IH was removed, 
taken away. 

1-1 D m. — I. degenerate branch, Jer. 
2:21. — II. p. n., one of the gates 
of the temple, 2 Ki. 11: 6, called 
*1)D\ in the parall. pass., 2 Chron. 
23:5. 

"Vp com. — I. a thorn; pi. DH^D. — 
II. pi. n'lTp hooks, Am. 4:2.— III. 
pot, vessel; pi. niTD. 

HID f. — I. turning from God, rebel- 
lion. — II. ... from the truth, false- 
hood, Deu. 19:16; see Tip- 

rnp p.n. of a well or tank, 2 Sa. 3: 
T 26. 

rV)D. Hiph. jvpn, rppn (fut. ivp£ 

rPp;:, HD*!; part. fPpD) urged, 
excited, induced, with T\$ and 3- 
rVlD, Gen. 49: 11, wrong reading for 



F|1D m. — I. end, termination, comple- j ri-1D3 covering; see HDD- 



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HDD 



3nD I. drew along the ground, 2 Sa. 
17:13, &c. — II. tore in pieces and 
devoured, J er . 4 9 : 2 0, &c . 
!—QnD f., tearing to pieces; t, r?2 
niinpn "old cast clouts;" Eng. 
Ver.Jier. 38:11, 12. 

HllD. Pi. nnD swept away, Eze. 

T T T ' 

26:4. 
*nD m., offscouring, Lam. 3:45. 

t^HD D^Plfc^ m., spontaneous pro- 
duce, that which comes without 
sowing, 2 Ki. 19:29; Isa. 37:30; 
LXX. avTopara; Aquila avrotyvrj. 

P|PtD beat down, crush, Pro. 28:3. 
Niph. beaten down, Jer. 40: 15. 

*1HD travelled to a place, with ?fc> ; 

- T 

over a country, with J1K; part. 

"inb (pi. onnb, nnb) traveller, 

merchant; f. TTfp- ' ?"• ">Dnnp 
was agitated (the heart), Ps. 38: 
11. 
1PID m. — I. commerce. — II. wealth 

T T 

acquired by commerce. — III. seat 
of commerce, Isa. 23 : 3. 

inp m., the same. 

rt")hp f., seat of commerce, Eze. 27: 
T 15. 

mn'D f., tower, Ps. 91:4; (Syr. 
tower). 

rnn'D f., black marble or tortoise- 
shell (uncertain which), Est. 1:6; 

LXX. TTCipiVOQ XiQoQ- 

-inpD m., traffic, 1 Ki. 10:15. 
D^ipp sinners; same as DHP$?i see 

TO dross; see 3-1D- 

P^D m., name of the third month of 
the Jewish year, Est. 8:9. 



I'lfVp p. n. — I. Sihon, king of the Amo- 
rites. — II. the district over which 
he ruled. 

rD p. n., a city of Egypt, "Pelusium," 

(Jerome); probably Syene; Eze. 

30:15, 16; see fiJID. 
Pp"12"ip p. n., the wilderness of Sin. 
WO p. n. — I. a people of Canaan, Gen. 

10:17; 1 Ch. 1:15.-11. pN 

D^D the land of Sin. 

^D p. n., a mountain on the pro- 
montory between Egypt and Ca- 
naan ; its two summits are called 
Sinai and Horeb. 

D^D Jer. 8:7, same as D-1D a swallow. 

KID^D p. n., Sisera, a Canaanitish 

t ; r 

leader, and other men. 
NJTP, Kny.^P p. n. of a man. 
"PD; seeVlD. 

"TOD I. covered. — II. protected by co- 
vering. — III. placed as a covering, 
with 7V_- — IV. compacted, put to- 
gether, Ps. 139: 13 ; part. SJ31D de- 
fence. Hiph. T]pn I. covered, with 
bv_— II- protected, with ?.— III. 
dressed himself, 2 Sa. 12:20.— IV. 
confined, with 1^3. Hoph. "ijDn 
was covered, with 3. Pilp. *J]P?P 
armed, Isa. 9:10; 19:2. 
f\0 m., multitude, crowd, Ps. 42:5. 
rjO m. (with suff. top, H3D), thicket, 

hiding-place, dwelling. 
H3D f.— I. thicket, Job 38:40.-11. 
'hiding-place, Ps. 31:21.-111. hut 
(of branches or wattles). — IV. 
dwelling; pi. p'lSD I. tabernacles; 
ni3pn 311 /easf 0/ tabernacles. — 
II. rim rriSD, 2 Ki. 17 :30, pro- 
bably a proper name. — III. p. n., a 












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station of the Israelites. — IV. a 

town of the Gadites. 
n-13p f., shrine, Am. 5:26. 
D^3D p. n., Sukkiims, 2 Ch. 12:3, 

some part of the invading army of 

Shishak; meaning unknown. 
i"DDD p. n., a town in the tribe of 

t t ; * 

Judah. 
"^Dft const. ^]DD m. — I. covering (of 

tabernacle). — II. (with HDlSl) a 

veil. — III. curtain of a fortress, 

Isa. 22:8. 
nSpp f., covering, Eze. 28: 13. 
^D-lb C^jD^p) m., covering, porch, 
1 2 Ki. 16:18. 



•?». 



Niph. became foolish, acted 
foolishly. Pi. made foolish. Hiph. 
acted the fool. 

?DD m., a fool, foolish. 

bio m., folly, Ecc. 10:6. 

n'l^pp, Tbhsb l, folly, book of 
Eccles. only. 

j-DD, with 7, ?H- — I. was prosperous, 
Job 34:9. — II. was beneficial, 5 oh 
15:3. — III. part. |3D a companion, 
counsellor; f. J"O0D. Hiph. was 
familiar with, accustomed to, with 
D^. Pu. part. |3pP poor, needy 
(Arab, was poor), Isa. 40:20. 
Niph. 1 3D} exposed himself to 
danger (Ch. |5P was * n danger), 
Ecc. 10:9. 

]3pp m., poor. 

n-lbSpp f., poverty, Deu. 8:9. 

JYI33PP f. pi. (same as n'lDJpP; see 
DJ3), magazines, treasuries. 

I.*"Pp. Niph. was s/m£. Pi. (see "13D), 
delivered up, Isa. 19:4. 

II *"DD same as "DK> /lirerf, Kzr. 4:5. 



0. 



Pi 



J"OD. Hiph. n^Spn was silent, Deu 

27 : 9. 
ho, D^D, tfk>; see W>D. 

£OD. Pu. valued, Lam. 4:2. 

I/D. Pi. harden oneself , Job 6: 
T?p p. n. of a man. 

ilpD trampled on, Ps. 119:118. 

the same, Lam, 1:15. Pu. valued,, 
. estimated, Job 28: 16, 19. 

lY/U a musical note, in the Psalms 

T V 

and the prayer of Habakkuk. 

fl /D (fut. n?p t| ), forgave. Niph. was 
forgiven. 
n?D m., one who forgives, is plac- 

T able, Ps. 86:5. 
nrivD f., forgiveness. 

it • : ° 

nO/D p. n., a town in the land of Ba- 
shan. 

//0 threw up an embankment, le- 
velled, made a road. Pilp. ?p?p 
exalt, Pro. 4:8. Hithpo. ^FlOn 
opposing, exalting himself, with 2, 
Ex. 9:17. 

bp m. (pi. D^D) basket. 

£*$?p p.n. of a place. 

•1?D p.n. of a man. 

fr<1?D, &vp p. n. of a man. 

wD p. n. of a man. 

Vp p. n. of a man. 

ft?Q a l/iore, Eze. 28:24. 

ji?D m., the same; metaph. wicked 
man, Eze. 2 : 6. 

! 1?7D f., a mound. 

D?D m., a ladder, Gen. 28: 12. 

rflVp^p f. pi., baskets, Jer. 6:9. 

nppp f. — I. raised highway. — II 
road, path. — III. terraces (Lee), 



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2VD 



'■steps" (Gesenius), 2 Chron. 9: 
11. 
>1?PP ra., highway, Isa. 35:8. 

y^D m. — I. cleft in a rock, cavern. 
— II. rock, — III. p. n. of a city, 
perhaps Petra in Edom. 

DJJ/D m., a kind of locust, Lev. 1 1 : 22. 

H^P- Pi- tfp.P I- perverts. — II. over- 
throws. 
P]?D m., capriciousness, perverseness. 

p /D Ch., came up, grew up. 

TwU root not used; (Arab, shelled 
grain). 

T\?D com., shelled grain, fine flour. 
Dp,' D^2D; see DDD. 
^'"liipp p.n., a prince of Babylon. 

I [Up m., flower (of the grape). 

IpD I. (with Sy, VT m) laid his 
hands on. — II. supported. — III. 
pressed, weighed upon, with ?£?, Ps. 
88 : 8. — IV. advanced towards, with 
b$, Eze. 24:2. Niph. I. leaned 
on. — II. trusted in. — Pi. support, 
Cant. 2:5. 
i"DW f., coverlet, Jud. 4: 18. 

t • : ' 

•liTSDD p. n. of a man. 

/ypj /Op m., figure, form. 

UiJU (Arab, exhaled perfume). 
Dp m., pi. D*DD perfumes. 

|DD. Niph. part. fDDJ « appointed" 
T Eng. Ver. (of barley), Isa. 28:25. 

IfeD grew hard, rigid, Ps. 119:120. 

Pi. the same, Job 4: 15. 
"MOD m., rough, bristly (of a locust), 

lpdodpi%, Jer. 51:27. 
D s "ippp, D*10DO m. pi., nails. 



nnppp, nnppp, nhpbp f. pi] 

the same. 
HiOD p.n., a town of Judah. 
ri^-lip p. n., probably of a woman ; 

Neh. 11:9. 
^f ??P P- n. of a Persian governor ol 

Samaria. 

m Jp m., the bush of Sinai, Ex. 3 : 

"2—4; Deu. 33:16. 
HJp p.n., a rock near Michmash, 1 Sa. 
14:4. 

D^IJD m. pi., blindness, Gen. 19:11; 
2Ki.6:18. 

2 > ")njp p. n., Sennacherib, king of 
Assyria. 

U JpJp m. pi., the plume of the palm- 
tree, Cant. 7:9. 
H3DJD p. n., a city of the tribe of 
Judah. 

1 Bjp m., fin of a fish, Lev. 11 : l j ; 
Deu. 14:9. 

Du m., clothes-moth, Isa. 51:8. 
"•ppp p. n. of a man. 

"IJJp (fut. *wo\ ; imp. -ij?p, -ftp, 

"1X0; with n parag. ItAp).— I. 
was prosperous, Pro. 20:28. — II. 
made prosperous, Ps. 20:3. — III. 
supported. — IV. cheered, refreshed,. 

with n 1 ?- 

IJJp Ch., assisting, Ezr. 5:2. 

^ypp m., prop, support, 1 Ki. 10: 12. 

nj^D ; r\]fD n-11 rapid wind, Ps. 55 : 9. 

Wp Kal not used; (Arab, palm 

branch). Pi. P|#D (perhaps from 

C]*JJD) cMfojf branches, Isa. 10:33.. 

^JJp m. — I. de/Y, cavern. — II. sect 

party, 1 Ki. 18:21. — III. abranch, 

n'lSyp f. pi., branches, Eze. 31 :6,8. 






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1DD 



n'lByiD f. pi., the same, Eze. 31:5. 
P$D m., pi. D^ipy.p persons of divided 

minds, Ps. 119:113. 
□"•Sy^ thoughts of the mind (lit. 

branches). 
D*BjnB> m. pi., thoughts, Ps. 94:19; 

139:23. 

^lyD 1. was tempestuous, Jon. 1:11, 13, 
&c. — ll.tossed by calamity, Isa. 54: 
11. Niph. was agitated (the heart), 
2 Ki. 6:11. Pi. ly.D scattered, 
Zee. 7:14. Po. scattered, Hos. 
13:3; see !]&• 

"iyp m., pestilential, violent wind, 
whirlwind. 

iTT^p, const. T\1j}D f., the same. 

5)p with pause P]D m. (pi. CD^SD, 
n'lSD). — 1. rfw/i, bason, goblet, 
bowl. — II. threshold. — III. p. n. of 
a man. 
*)Qinpn Hith. inf., remain at the 
threshold, Ps. 84:11. 

N3D (Arab, filled). 
K1SDJ0 m., provender, fodder. 

\SU lamented, bewailed, with ?, ?])_, 

^Q?- Niph. was lamented. 
1SDD, const. TSpp m., lamentation. 

nSD I. came to an end, perished. — 

II. brought to an end, destroyed; 

inf. niDp increase, Nu. 32:14. 

Niph. T]Bpl was perished. Hiph. 

HSpn heap, accumulate (trouble), 

Deu. 23:23. 
J-13D; see jSD- 

rniaD; see iqd- 

t : 

H5P admitted, 1 Sa. 2:36. Niph. 
was admitted, Isa. 14:1. Pi. poured 
out, Hab. 2: 15. Fu. scattered. Job 



30:7. Hith. nSFIpn obtained ad- 
mission, 1 Sa. 26: 19. 

PPSpD m. — I. pouring out of water. 
Job 14:19. — 11. spilt, self-sown, 
grain; pi. D^SD- 

nriSD f., a star, scald, Lev. 13 : 2 ; 
14:56. 

nn2pp f., scurf, scab, Lev. 13:6—8. 

ninSpp f. pi., cushions, pillows, Eze. 
13:18, 21. 
"•SlD p. n., same as P|D- 

j Sp m., a sapphire. 

^3D m., a 6om;Z, Jud. 5.25; 6 : 38. 

JSD 1. covered. — II. secured, Deu. 33: 
T 21. 

}-1Sp m., ceiling, 1 Ki. 6:15. 

H^Sp f., ship, Jon. 1:5. 
S)BD, tfetapH; see f[0- 

pSD I. clapped the hands together. — 
II. smote upon the thigh. — III. ex- 
pressed contempt for. 
pSD m., abundance, sufficiency, with 
' suff. IpBD, Job 20:22. 

*"ISU (fut. ")S)p^) numbered, reckoned; 
part.lQD (pi. DHQD) writer, scribe, 
ypanfiarevc. Niph. was num- 
bered. Pi. "ISD 1. counted. — II. 
recounted. — III. talked. Pu. "ISD 
was related, 8fc. 
"IDD m. Ch., scribe. 

•■ T * 

*)3p m., enumeration, 2 Chron. 2: 16. 

"IQpm. (with suff. TOD; pl. DnBD, 
HDD). — I. enumeration, Gen. 5:1. 
— II. register. — III. book. — IV. let- 
ter. — V. writing. 

"IDD m. Ch., book. 

mDD f., iooA, Ps. 56:9. 

t: .■ 

n"}DD p.n. of a man. 
rriibp f., number, Ps. 71 : 15 



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nno 



-)3prp m.— I. number; '» *$?« or HSnp m., the name of an unknown 
T 'D *nP /ew men.— II. narrative, r shrub; LXX.ic6i>v£a ; Vulg.urtica. 

. _ ' . ■> ttt ~ .-> r>f a man • ._i_u— » ^ ti«« /i . 



Jud. 7': 15.— III. P-n. of a man; 
niSpP the same. 
-|BD p. n. of a city, Gen. 10:30. 
map p. n., a country into which 
" T the Jews were carried, Obad. v. 20. 
Qinap p. n., Sepharvaim, a city of 
"Assyria; D*p.BP Sepharvites 

~>pL) stoned. Pi.— I. as Kal.— II 
' cleared of stones. Niph. and Pu 
was stoned. 
l^lD rebellious, Eze. 2:6. 



TlD was perverse, refractory, Hos.4 
~ 16; part.™ (pL 0*Tto; f. 
iTTVlD, nnnJD) perverse, rebellious 
"ID m. 1 "mD f-, aweree, disinclined, sad; 
see also another POD in "1-1 D. 
nnp root not used; (Arab, winter). 
inp (VHP) m., winter, Cant. 2: 11. 
DHD I. filled, blocked up.—U. re- 
'paired.— III. shut up, concealed. 
Niph. was repaired, Neh. 4:1. Pjj 
blocked up, Gen. 26:15,18. 



j 1U rebellious, r./,c.*.v. "w-^" «r» — 

pSriD m pi. Ch., drawers, trousers, pHD concealed, Pro. 22:3. Niph 
I • t :- * „ H -.janj 1. concealed himself.— 11 



Dan. 3:21, 27 
fin? p. n., Scrrgwi, king of Assyria. 
T)D p. n. of a man; patron. H"|p 
rri6. HID; see 1-1D, TlD- 

TT ' T" 

n~lD I. unconfined, loose, Ex. 26:12, 
" T 13( &(.. — n. luxuriant (of a vine), 
Eze if . m 6. — III. loose, dissolute, 
Am. 6:4, 7. Niph. scattered, va- 
nished (of wisdom), Jer. 49 : 7 . 
nnp m., portion of a thing left loose, 
Ex. 26:12. 
pnp corslet, same as finjP ; see mfcS>. 

0^0 m. (const. Dnp; pi. D^pnD, 
const, ^pnp).— l.'eunuch.-— II. any 

c/iie/ c#cer. 

rp'lD m. pi. Ch., superintendants of 
the whole empire, Dan. 6:3. 

D^ID, const. \3nD m. pi.— 1- axles, 
lki. 7:30. — II- tne name of tne 
five princes of the Philistines. 

JYiaynp branches; see S|5JD- 

PHD same as ftf?- Pi- part. "TMK' 
burning-, fce w/10 6wrns, Am. 6: 10 



"inp5 1. concealed himself. — II 
was concealed, unknown.— ■III. was 
sheltered.— IV. tea* distant.— V. 
was earcfaded; part. nnp? MAten, 
bidden tttnff; pi. rinnpj Mdden 
f /ling-s. Pi. fe«ie. •tetter, Isa. 16:3. 
Pu. concealed, Pro. 27:5. Hiph. 
n^npn I. concealed.— II. sheltered 
—III. placed /or security, Isa. 
49:2 ._IV. turned ftw /ace /rom. 
Hith. "iPinpn I. concealed, ios?. — 
II. /iid himself 

nnp ch. Pa. nnp pu* out 0/ «g-A», 

destroyed, 
n-inp p.n-, a prince of Assher. 
nnp m. (with suff.nnD).— I. secresy. 
'—II. secret place. — III. T0D3 
• secre%.— IV. place of conceah 
■ merit.— -V. place 0/ security. 
nnnp f-, s^eiter, protection, Deu. 

32:38. 
nnp p. n. of a man. 
nnDD m. — I. ambush. — II. «ecn| 

t : • 

place. 
ninpD /tiding place, lsa'. 4 : 6. 




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12]} 



!3y m., epistyle, frieze (in architec- 
ture), 1 Ki. 7:6; Eze. 41 :25, 26; 
pi. D^V; see also 2)V- 

15 JJ (inf. and imp. ibjj; fut. -lhj£). 

— I. served (God or man). — 
II. worked, laboured. — III. tilled 
the ground. — IV. assented to, 1 Ki. 
12:7. — V. performed a religious 
service. — VI. made to serve, with 
2 of the person. Niph. 12V) 

I. became, was, served, Ecc. 5:8. — 

II. was tilled. Pu. 12]) labour 
teas imposed upon, with 2. Hiph. 
T'liyn I. caused to labour. — II. 
caused to serve. — III. wearied, Isa. 
43:23,24. Hoph. 13gn was in- 
duced to worship. 

12V Ch. — 1. made. — II. performed, 

did, with 2, D^- Ith. icas made. 
"inj? m. (with surf. TOg; pi. DHny). 

— I. slave, servant. — II. vassal. — 

III. rrirV 12V servant of the Lord, 

t : v v 

i. e. one who worships and serves 
him, or executes some special 
commission for him. — IV. a sub- 
missive epithet. — V. p. n. of a man. 
12]l, m - Ch., the same. 

IZl'y P- n - °f a rnan. 

fcn^JJ p. n. of a man. 

ptfilJJ p. n. of a man. 

\)12Jl p. n., a city of the Levites in 
the tribe of Asher. 

'•'Hiy p. n. of a man. 

^hlj; p. n. of a man. 

•innny, nHny {servant of the Lord, 
'Afidiac,), p. n., Obadiah the pro- 
phet and others. 

TplO 12% p.n., an Ethiopian in the 



service of king Zedekiah, Jer. 
38:7, &c. 

133 (Siap) iny. p.n., Abednego, out 
of the three holy children, Dan. 
chaps. I. II. III. 

*73J?. m., ivork, Ecc. 9:1. 

ni2y. f. — I. servitude. — II. employ- 
ment. — III. tillage. — IV. religious 
service, worship. — V. service re- 
quired by the king. — VI. JTlhy? 
DTXn for the service (use) of man, 
Ps! 104:14. 

rnnj? f., slaves, gang of slaves, Gen 
T 26:'l4; Job 1:3. 

KTZiy.f. Ch.— I. work, building.— -II. 
worship, service, Ezr. 6: 18. — III. 
business, Dan. 2: 49 ; 3 : 12. 

n-my f., slavery, Ezr. 9:8,9; Neh. 
9: 17. 

"I^D m. (Heb.andCh.), pi. DmjJO 
works, doings, Job 34 : 25 ; Dan. 4 : 
34. 

m jy became large, thick, heavy. 
s 2]l_ m., thickness. 
> 2V m., the same. 

• t: 

12VD m., thickness, 1 Ki. 7:46. 

t03$? gave a pledge; fut. DhjP. Pi. 

]^2V\ break ranks, Joel 2:7. 

Hiph. b^Il^n lent on security, Deu. 

15:6,8. 
ti)2V_. m., pledge, Deu. 24 : 10-13. 
O^tpiiy m., accumulation of pledges in 

the hands of an unfeeling usurer; 

" thick clay," Eng. Ver., Hab.2:6. 

135^ (inf. and imp. -Q£; fut. "Ojp. 
— I. passed on. — II. passed away, 
ceased. — III. passed a person, place, 
river, &c. — IV. passed a limit. — 
V. trespassed, transgressed; "D^ 
13 



*w 



fi"H3 transgressed a covenant. — 
VI. exceeded, went beyond. — VII. 
overflowed, overwhelmed, with ?y. 
— VIII. passed through, with 7JJ, 
bVJ?, *3B ^, ^•— IX. passed 
away, disappeared. — X. passed 
through, with 2. — XL. entered into, 
with 3; TTHDiZl 'V wade a cove- 
nant. — XII. dropped (as liquid). — 
XIII. "ll'y P)D3 current money, 
Gen. 23 : 16. Niph. can 6e passed, 
Eze 47:5. Pi. "Dy I. conceived, 
Job 21: 10. — II. caused to pass, 
1 Ki. 6 : 2 1 . Hiph. "Vny H I . caused, 
allowed to pass. — II. removed, took, 
or put away. — III. removed guilt, 
8fc. — IV. destroyed. — V. trans- 
ferred. — VI. offered presents to 
God or idols; "S]?fo? 'H caused to 
pass through fire to Moloch. — VII. 
ISi^ Tl blew a trumpet, lit. caused 
the breath to pass through it. 
Hith. *"l3ynn allowed himself be- 
yond proper limits, was angry, 

with hv_, f ay- 

>Og (only with pref.), 1*12)12 I. prep. 
because of, in return for; with suff. 
H;12y2 on my account; ^1^2)32 
because of thee. — II. conj. I. for 
the purpose that (1WK >2, "VQ&2? 
the same). — 2. because, while. 

D2V m., produce of the ground, Jos. 
5*11, 12. 

-Qy m . — 1. ford. — II. mountain pass. 
— III. passage over. — IV. banks of 
a river. — V.side; "OJfvK towards, 
on the other side; \"\2)3"?^ sepa- 
rately, alone; "DVP beyond, op- 
posite to, across; DHl^/SB from 
every side; im "ife" ipS "injjT 



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on Mis and on that side; *Qy"?y 
\3B in /ron* 0/ if, Ex. 25 .37; "*?« 
V3S iny fonrards, Eze. 1:9, 12. 
— VI. p. n., E&er, the grandson of 
Shem, Gen. 10:24, 25, and pro- 
genitor of Abraham, whose de- 
scendants were called from him ; 
nny ^2, "DJJ Hebrews; "in or n.P. 
DH^yh a range of hills beyond 
Jordan. 

nny Ch., beyond. 

*~\2y m., a Hebrew; pi. DVjiy, 

: D*?niJ>; f - n rP#; p 1 - ninny. 

rmiy f., ra/f, passage boat, 2 Sa. 19: 

T 19. 
n"liy f., any unrestrained feeling, 

specially, anger. 
*liyp m. — I. ford. — II. mountain 

pass. 

rnnyp f., pi. n'rayo the same. 

nyi"ldy p. n., a station of the Israel- 
ites. 

w Jy became shrivelled, worthless, Joel 

" 1 T :17. 
nQy. Pi. confirm, establish, Mic. 7:3. 
nhy m., HFliy f., thick, entangled. 

rvdy m. (pi", b^nhy, nhbfi).— i. 

<^ic/t branches, Eze. 31:3, 10, 14. 
— II. cord, rope. — III. twisted chain. 
— IV. obligation, restraint. 

iJJJ (fut. 1|V!) loved, fell in love with, 
"with i>y, 7$, Eze. c. 23. 

nnay f., ume } ' with suff. nniijy, Eze. 

T 23:11. 

D^2y m.pl.,thesame,Eze.33:31,32. 
23-lj), HHy m., a musical instrument, 
probably, the pipe, Gen. 4:21, &c 
TO, TO; see My. 



m., crane. 




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py 



7-5^ (Sy r - turned round). 
fty m., H?3y f., round, circular. 
7^ m. ear-ring. 

biym. (with suff. ^ay>— i. <»(f-^- 

— II. image of one. — HI. x^V. 
Wlpll princes, leaders, of the people, 
Ps. 68:31. 

thi'il f. — I. she-calf, heifer— -II. p. n., 
one of the wives of David. 

rtay f. (with suff. irfcay; pi. nfoy, 

JYl?3yj. — I.M^g-or? drawn bij two 
bullocks. — 11. war chariot, Ps.46:10. 
fpjy p. n. — I. a city in the tribe of 
Judah. — II. a king of Moab. 

hlpp or Say© m. (pi. D^|yP, 
T hfeyp.)- T l'M;/iee/.— II. track of 

a wheel. — III. way, path. — IV. 

way, manner. — V. waggon. — VI. 

barricade of waggons. 
ihiyQ f., the same. 

DJ5£ despise. Job. 30; 25. 
jjjy . Niph. prevented from marrying, 
T Ru. 1:13. 

ny, see my-, ng ny, see n-iy. 

*"I*ly (Arab, numbered, computed). 

D^y menstruous, Isa. 64 : 5 ; (Arab, the 
same). 

j'^y m. Ch. — 1. time. — II. a prophetic 
period of time. 

rny ; see ny, n-iy- 

H*iy (fut. IT^P).— -I. passed through, 
T with ?y, Job 28:8. — II. adorned. 

— III. put on as an ornament. 
Hiph. stripped off a garment, Pro. 
25:20. 

my, frny Ch. — l. passed upon, with 
2 — II. passed away, with j£ — III. 
was altered. Aph. removed. 



iy m.— I. spoil, Gen. 49:27; Isa 
33:23; Zep. 3:8. — II. perpetuity , 
eternity. — III. antiquity ; I])?, 

ever; iy (pi. Hi?; pa. unto, as/ar 
as, until, before, while, during, 

stui; DN-ny while; "f>&piy 

(.B>) u>Mte; OK 1^ _ ny' tmrtZ; 
fc6 "I^X'"iy, ib'lV before; with 
suff. HJJ *o me ; SjVJJ ; VTJ}, 

nny ; enny- 

iy Ch., fo, as /ar as, tm£i/ ; H—iy 

while. 
py, Ecc. 4:3, same as ri3n"iy 

hitherto, as yet. 
n3"iy Ecc. 4:2, the same. 
i"ny p. n., Adah. — I. the wife of La- 

mech. — II. the wife of Esau. 
Hy m. (with pause Hy; with suff. 

ments. — II. trappings of a horse. 

— III. lot, appointment, Ps. 103:5. 
pX'Hy. p. n. of a man. 
ITHy.'-inHy p. n. of a man. 

t t-: t t~: * 

D^riHy p. n., a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 
'•ny, «ny p.n. of a man. 

n-ny.; see n-iy- 

v*iy p. n. of a man. 

D?ny p. n., a cave and city of the 

tribe of Judah; ''fpp'iy an Adul- 

lamite. 

My. Hith. live luxuriously, Neh. 9 : 25. 
jHy, f. P"Wiy luxurious, delicate, 

Isa. 47:8; (s. smiting, perhaps), 

2 Sa. 23 : 8 ; a very difficult place, 

see Ges. Thes. 
frOHy p. n. of a man. 
}"iy m. — I. pleasure. — II. Eden, the 

abode of our first parents. 



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iiy 






J'l.y p. n., a district of Mesopotamia; 

' ''V 1V2; see 1V2- 
n^HJJ f., pleasure, Gen. 18:12. 
fcO*1jJ p.n. of a man. 
nj*iy p. n. of a man. 

aVlJJp, d*?t£», rrtrigjo pi., rfe- 

licacies, delights; adv. willingly ; 

ninyD trans, for ntaayp 

bands, i.e. influences, Job 38:31; 
see 1JV- 

- T 

J*^ £i?we; see with iy. 

•"" H^H^ P ,n- » a town m tne tribe of 
Judah. 



vm 



I. w;as superfluous. — II. exceeded, 
with ^JJ. Hiph. eHyn a;/oti;e(2 
/o exceed. 

1 ]y arranged, set in order. Niph. 

'I'^yp. I. was missing, left behind. 

— II. was dilatory, delayed, Zep. 

3:5. — III. was cleared out. Pi. 

T$J omitted, neglected, 1 Ki. 

5:7. 
T\% m. (with stiff. YT$j pi. D*7$, 

n.13^).— I. ./foc/t or herd.— II. p.m, 

a town in the tribe of Judah. — 

III. p. n. of a man. 
"Iiy p. n. of a man. 
7&OVJSJ p. n., Adriel, son-in-law of 

Saul, 1 Sa. 18:19, fee. 
T$0 m., rake, Isa. 7:25. 

D^KHJJ m. pi., Zenfife*. 

N-1J}, ni^ p. n. of an ancient un- 
known city; D^y the Avims, 
either the inhabitants of this city, 
or the early settlers in Canaan. 

^y. Hiph. l^n treated as worth- 
less, rejected, Lam. 2:1. 

ijj com. (pi. D*3J}, *2j;, ntojp.— i. 



cloud. — II. covering, Ex. 19:9 
see also 2}J in its place. 
?2iy, PIJPJJ p. n. of a people de- 
scended from Shem. 

J-ly bake cakes, Eze.4:12. 

n^y, Hiiy, f., cakes, iyicpv^iag. 

31J7D m., round ca&e of bread. 
31^ p. n., Og, king of Bashan. 

"l^y testified, Lam. 2:13, Ketib. Pi. 
1))) surrounded, Ps. 1 19 : 61. Hiph. 
T^n I. called witnesses, to, for, or 
against. — II. called as a witness, 
with HK and 3. — III. made a de- 
claration. — IV. enjoined, com- 
manded, reproved, with 2, ?JJ ; 
2 nnj[ T'Vu gratvj commandment 
to, 8fc. Hoph. ly-in information 
was given, Ex. 2 1 : 29, with 2. Pil. 
Tl y raised up, confirmed, Ps. 146: 
9 ; 147:6. Hithpo. 1*#nPl stoo<2 
upright, Ps. 20:9, &c. 

*iy m. — I. witness. — II. testimony. — 
III. proof, 2 1% rOJJ gave testi- 
mony against. — IV. commander, 
Isa. 55:4. 

mj? f. — l. eye or ear witness -- < 
proof; see also in iy\ 

n-ny, rny. f. (pi. nny).— i. owem***'. 

—II. the law. — III. the book of the 
law. — IV. the decalogue. — V. 
religious ordinance, Ps. 122:4 ; 

rinjjn rirh, nnyn fnx, bn& 

rvn^ii the tables, the ark, the ta- 
bernacle of the covenant. — VI. Ps. 
60:1; 80:1, the name of some 
unknown musical instrument. 
l')V, *l'y I. again. — II. besides. — III 
still. — IV. any longer; with suff 
*nty / (am) still; Tp/iJ/ thou (art j 



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W 



still; •IDTiy, nil)]} he, she (is) still; 
nT\V they (are) still, 8fc; ItyZ, 
l]}2 as yet, while, within; TlVP 
since; HiyD since I (am). 

"1TIJ? p.n., Oded. — I. the father of Aza- 

riahthe prophet, 2 Chron. 15:1, 8.- 

II. another prophet, 2 Chron. 28:9. 

iTMyn f. — I. institution, custom, Ru. 

4:7. — II. law, oracle, Isa. 8: 16,20. 

rny> D*-)J/ p.n.; see \$p_. 

m ly was crooked, perverse, did wrong, 
Est. 1:16; Dan. 9: 5. Niph.njg3I. 

bent with pain, Isa. 21:3. — II. 
bowed with sorrow, Ps. 38: 7. — III. 
perverse in mind, Pro. 12:8. Pi. 
n-1JJ I. made crooked, Lam. 3:9 — 
11. overturned, Isa. 24:1. Hiph. 
^tyls\ I. made crooked, Jer. 3:21. 
— II. perverted, Job 33:27. — III. 
walked perversely. 

H-iy i\, being overturned, Eze. 21:32. 

K*]# f. Ch., iniquities, Dan. 4:24. 
r-J-iy for n-ty Kal imp. with H parag., 
from TtV- 

jijj, plj; m. (const. |\#; with suff. 
T n})V.] pi. Dtfl& n'liiy). — I. sin, 
iniquity. — 11. guilt. — III. punish- 
ment. 

n*5S, n-l*J7 p. n., a town of Edom. 

'•J? m. (pi. ED^y). — I. ruin, Zieajo o/ 
rwi?w, Zieajo. — II. W*]3 p. n. — 1. a 
part of Mount Abarim. — 2. a town 
in the tribe of Judah. 

% &% n^y, n»y p.n., a city of the 
Canaanites in the tribe of Ben- 
jamin. 

)1 h y p.n., a strong city in the tribe 
of Naphtali. 

D^iy m. pi., giddiness; Vulg. ver- 
tigo, Isa. 19:14. 



^D m., heap of ruins, Isa. 17:1. 

Tiy took refuge with,Isa..30:2. Hiph. 
fyn I. took refuge, Isa. 10:31. — 

II. caused to take refuge, collected 
in a place of safety. 

W-, see ny- 

G-ly (Arab, dug into any thing). 
t3J[ m. — I. graver. — II. pen. 

/•ly part. f. pi. ni?y. — I. being with 
young. — II. suckling. 

?-iy m., infant at the oreast. 

y)V m., suckling, Job 21:11; see 
, also ?iy 

^.r,^.a ctS unjustly. 
^)g wicked. 
>iy m., one habitually unfair, unjust 

wicked. 
Tiy, 7$ m. — 1. unfairness. — II. injus* 

tice. — III. iniquity. 
n*?iy f., the same; with H parag. 

T nn^ : y- 

HPiy f., the same; with H parag. 
T nrhV; pi. nfriy; see also in 

T||T- r 

fyy.Vni, rihhw; see hhy- 

6h)V; see D^ji. 

j-ly (Arab, Jo live with). 
n^iy f., conjugal rites, Ex. 21 : JO. 
py?D m. — I. habitation. — II. refuge. — 

III. den of wild beasts. — IV. p. n.: 
(a) of a town in the tribe of Ju- 
dah; (b) of a strange people, Jud. 
10:12, &c; (c) of a man. 

rniyp, 7]pD f., the same. 

D^-iyb p.n.,' the inhabitants of the 

city of Meon. 
"•nbiyp p. n. of a man. 

\\y r , D»y$; see my. 

1. 5pS? (fut. P)-iyy. — I. flew.— U.fleu 



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away.— Ill flew upon (as a bird of 

prey). Pil. *|£W I- ^ ew - — IL 
brandished (a sword), Eze. 32:10. 
Hiph. turned tfte eyes on, Pro. 23 : 
5. Hithpo. same as Kal II., Hos. 

9:11. 

Ppy m. collect., birds. Ch. the same. 

11. W (fut. SM /atnted. 

na^y. f — I • darkness, Am. 4 : 1 3 . (with H 

T parag. nHB*fi) great darkness, Job 

10:22.— II. p. n.: (a) of a son of 

Midian and the people descended 

from him; (b) of a man; (c) of a 

woman. 

D*SgB& const. ""ayaV m. dual.— I. 

' eyelids.— II. synec. eyes. 
P|-iyD m., darkness, Isa. 8:22. 
P|y-1D m., the same, Isa. 8: 23. 
W (imp. pi. WJJ) constat ye, Jud. 19 : 
30; Isa. 8:10.' 
V-iy p. n., a district of Arabia, Atalrifi. 
Hiph. p^n presses, rushes, Am 

2:13. 

pipy f., pressure, oppression, Ps. 55:4 
Pipy-ID f., pressure, pain, Ps. 66:11. 
~fiy aroused, awoke, arose (imp. iTJiy, 
n-iy arise/) Niph. liy.3 I. teas 
awakened. — II. w^ raised > *« 
strifce (shoot), Hab. 3:9. PiL TDV- 
—I. roused.— II . etfd/ed, stirred ifp. 
—III. raised a spear, scourge, cry. 
Hiph. "Vyn I. roused, excited. — II. 
awoke, Ps."57:9; 108:3. Hith. 

Vy m.*Ch., watcher, probably an 
angel, Dan. 4:10,14,20. 

"ity m. (pi. nhiy) *»e sftin o/ man or 
animals; Otttf "* *** w °/ to 
teet/i, Job 19:20, i.e. sum. 



(Arab, went wntier 



T-njjp f., cave ; 

ground). 
DHiyp m. pi., nakedness, Hab. 2: 15 

Tiy. Pi. ■>$ fe/inded. 
•Viy m. Ch., cAa/, Dan. 2:35. 
n-iy m., n"J-1.y f— I. blind.— 11. men- 

tally blind. 
\\y\V m., blindness. 
WW f -> the same ' Lev< 22:22> 
^J? assemble yourselves, Joel 4: 11. 
rfly aid, /ieZp, Isa. 50:4. 
rfly. Pi- ri/IV I. made crooked. — 11. 
" ^ perverted. — III. treated unfairly, \ 
unjustly. Pu. part. njJJB bowed 
down. Hith. fcoiyed himself, Ecc 
12:3. 
nn-iy f-, oppression, Lam. 3:59. 

T T - 

TViy P-n. of a man. 
?y f. (pi. D v Ty).— I- goat.— II. she goat. 
— III. pi. goats' hair. 
ty f. Ch., the same, Ezr. 6: 17. 

ry, Yy, k$; see m 

7TKTy m. (lit. goat of departure; see 
5]K) the scape-goat, Lev. 16:8, 10, 
26; LXX. a7ro7rofnraioc. 

Ijy (fut. 2 to-— I- fe /* behind.— II. 
T allowed to remain.— III. went away 
from. — IV. forsook, neglected.— V . 
/aited, aZ/owed to /a«.— VI. too* 

aW ay.— Vll. gvzue /oose to.— VIII. 

with ^, 'PS, entrusted to, left with ; 

also with'Sy. Niph. zny: u>« 

forsaken, entrusted, 8>c, with ?■ 

Pu. 2-ty was forsaken. 
ni'lTS f— L niMtt, Is. 17 : 9— IL P-n. 

of a woman. 
0*013$ I. merchandise.— 11. a market. 

Eze. c. 27. 



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ntoy 



p-13TX£ p- n. of a man. 
TilTj) p. n. of a man. 

TTJJ (fut. foj, ryjl; inf. TirV.).— I. was 
strong. — II. prevailed. — III. con- 
sidered himself strong, Ps. 52 : 9. — 
IV. showed himself strong, Ps. 68 : 
29. Hiph. Tyn made bold; VSQ 'H 
or Vtt2 put on a bold face, Pro. 
7:13V'21:29. 

?& with pause IV m. (pi. D*$j f. HJ& 
pi. ni-T^). — 1. strong. — II. harsh. — 
III. strength.— -IV. D*3S"TJ£ 6o/d. 

H-ty p. n., Gaza, a city of the Philis- 
tines; ""fl-ty a Gazathite. 

TV, T'ly, 'TJJ m. (with suff. »$[, *flj, 
•13;T;1V). — I. strength, power, might. 
— II. ascription of power, praise, 
Ps. 8:3. — III. source of strength, 
refuge. — IV. D'OS) TV impudence. 

N-ty, n-TV p.n. of a man. 

T V T '•. 

MTJ[ m. — I. might of God. — II. might 

in war, Isa. 42:25. 
T-VTJJ m.— I. mighty, Ps. 24:8.-11. 

mighty men, Isa. 43: 17. 
TTJJ p. n. of a man. 

T T * 

•liTTTy p.n. of a man. 

t;- t J 

v ?y p. n. of a man. 

'$ y lV P- n - °f a man - 
^Xni? same as ^Ti^- 
nj'ty, -innV {the strength of the Lord), 

p. n., Uzziah, king of Judah ; LXX. 

'0£iag; elsewhere n*Tl3?J applied 

also to other men. 

W\V. P n - °f a man - 
nipiy p. n. of a man; ']) rT>2 a 
place in Judah or Benjamin. 

nyio, ryo m. (with suff. »$?d, *r«?Dj 

pi. C-tyJO) place of strength, mu- 
nition; often applied to persons. 



HJ3TJJ f., f/ie sea-eagle, Lev. 11:13; 
Deu. 14:12. 

DTJJ. Pi- |>ty rfig-ffo*. Isa. 5:2. 
Xpty f. Ch., engraved ring, seal, Dan. 

'6: 18. 
npty p.n., Azekah, a city in the tribe 

of Judah. 

1TJJ (fut. 1T2!; pi. n^; imp. with 
'suff. s T)t^ Pi- 7$?) te'M as- 
sisted, with p, Dy, HnX ; part. 
*lfy helper, patron, companion 
Niph. "Ityj was holpen. Hiph. 
Ae/perf, 2 Ch. 28:23. 
Ity m. (with suff. ilTy).— I. /ie//>.— 

II. helper. — III. p. n. of a man. 
"Ity p.n. of a man. 

nnfy, rnty f. (with n parag. nnntyj. 

— I. help. — II. p. n. of a man ; 

same as "liy. 
K*1TJJ p.n., Ezra; LXX.'Eafyae. 
"1-ty, 1-Viy p. n. of a man. 
?K")Ty p.n. of a man. 
miy f. — I. court of the temple. — 11. 

border, moulding. 
"HTy p.n. of a man. 
^"Hjy P- n - °f a man. 
n;ify., -innty p.n., Azariah — I. king 

of Judah; called also iT-Ty. — II. 

used also for other men. 
Dp'Hty p.n. of a man. 
Dy/see W; Ktpg, see BJJ\ 

HiDy I. put on, wore. — II. covered, 
with ?y — III. invested. — IV. took 
possession of, invested with, Jer. 
43 : 12. with flK- Hiph. HBgh 
placed as a covering, Ps. 89:46, 

with by. 

npyip m., garment (of praise), Isa 
'61:3. 



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rv 



m., oat.Lev. 1 1 : 19; Isa.2: 20. 

(Arab, prepared skin). 
PPJ? m., pi. DWtpJJ water or milk 
skin, Job 21:24. * 

riDJJ (fut. *)bjp.— I. covered, with ?■ 
— 11. covered himself. — 111. covered 
his face, was exhausted; part. 
P|-1Dy worn out, weak. Niph. was 
exhausted, Lam. 2:11. Hiph. 
Pppyn the same, Gen. 30:42. 
Hith. ^P^nn the same. 
riQtpyp f., mantle, Isa. 3:22. 

110^ I. surrounded. — II. covered, Ps. 
5:13. Pi. "IPV I. crowned, Cant. 
3:11. — II. adorned, blessed, with 
*?. Hiph. part. f. iTYpyp giving 
crowns, Isa. 23 : 8. 

rntpa (const. rnt^ ; pi. nntpjp f. 

— I. crown,royal diadem. — II. p.n. 
of a woman. 
JYntSyp.n., a city in the tribe of Gad; 
rihvy. and TW nhpj; a city in 
the tribe of Ephraim; NS 'V 
1KV a place in Judah; jS 5 !^ 'V 
a place in Gad. 

fc^tOy (Arab, sneezed). 

n^toy f., sneezing, Job 41:10. 
%% &% njS. «$. P'V. ™T?8 see 

my.' 

5?3*y p.n.— I. same as byty — II. a 
rock in the northern range of 
Mount Ephraim; LXX. TaifBdX. 

D^y I. was angry with, with 2 — II. 
rushed on with anger, pounced on, 
with^S; fut.BJTV 
L^JJ, const. L^y m., rapacious bird or 
beast. 



□t^y p. n., a town and hill in the 
tribe of Judah 
DhW same as D^ty; see cbv- 
v^ p. n., one of David's generals 

D?^ p.n., a people and district, situ- 
ation uncertain; fcOOpy pi. Ch., 
the Elamites. 

D$ m., drought, Isa. 11 : 15. 

J^f. (const. |*y >; withsuff.Wy-, dual 
D^Jg, <3*fi).— I. an eye.— II. tfe 
sight. — III. the judgment. — IV. 
appearance in the eye. — V. D^y 
outward appearance, 1 Sa. 16:7; 
'B 'Jpjfr in Me «gM o/; ^3 in 
Me judgment of; ^yp without 
the knowledge of; D^y p3 6e- 
taween Me eyes, on Me forehead , 
1^? P.y e ^ e *° eye.— VI. fountain, 
spring ; with H paiag. H^y /o ffce 
fountain; pi. fli^y, const. 1713^: 
hence many p.n. : — I. ]))} a town of 
the Levites in the tribe of Simeon. 
— II. a town in the north of Ca- 
naan.— IIl.D£% D^V. a town of 
Judah. — IV. HS py a town of 
Judah.— V. O^i ]*>% a town of 
Judah. — VI. a town of Issachar. 
— VII. nfeft \% "in }*g a town 
of the Manassites.— VIII. Hill |Vg 
a town of Issachar.— IX. "YlSn }^ 
a town of Naphtali.— X. ifan |»jj 
a well near the town of Charod. 
—XI. DB^p PV. aweH in Kadesh. 
—XII. h$$J py a town of Moab. 
—XIII. Sji'pg a well on the con- 
fines of Judah and Benjamin. — 
XIV. |\S"1 PV. a town in the tribe 
of Judah.— XV. KW f^g a town 
on the confines of Judah and 



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rfa> 



Benjamin.— XVI. D"3n |*$f a well 

near Jerusalem. — XVII. ITISri py 

a town of Manasseh. 
(% com. Ch., e*/e. 
f'y m., watching with an einl eye, 

I Sa. 18:9. 
1 \yy p. n. of a man. 
\ypp m. (with 1 parag. fa$»; with 

"suff. wyp; pi. cnjfe *3pf», 

n'U^pV n'l^VP) fountain, well of 
water. 

S]$ w weary, Jer. 4:31; 5^*1, see 

P|^ m., nB$ f. — I. weary. — II. 

*£>^ p.n. of a man. 
fl^y darkness; see f]-"iy. 

*VSJ m. (with suff. riyy-, P i. anjj). 

— I. ass. — II. young ass. 
I*)} m. — 1. heat, anger, fear, Ps. 73 : 

20; Jer. 15:8; Hos. 7:4; 11:9 ; 

(Ges.) — II. a city, town, settlement; 

iryp towards Me city; pi. D^; 

see next word. 
"iy m. — I. an enemy. — II. city; pi. 
T Dnj; ; n«i» "UJ, "W ^r 0/ Moat, 

otherwise Rabbah, the chief city 

of Moab. 
"iy m. Ch., an enemy. 
T>y Ch.; see *Viy. 
NTy p.n. of a man. 
•ITy p. n. of a man. 
DTy p. n., a prince of Edom. 
TVy p. n. of a man. 

rh% owy.; see Diy. 

K»y ; see 65>3{. 

n*y same as *JJ; see HIV- 

£5^3?J2 m., a spid«\ 



^Jj]/ Me jerboa; "dipus jaculus' 
(Linn.) 
TlZpJJ p. n. of a man. 

133t P- n., a city in the tribe of Asher, 

"Attn, "Ptolemais." 
py O^y) p. n. of a man. 

D3J? m.— L. /efler, Pro. 7:22.-11. pi. 

D^p^y anklets, rings for the feet, 

Isa. 3:18. 
D3J/, Pi. wear anklets, Isa. 3:16. 
i"lCpy p. n., the daughter of Caleb. 

"OJJ (fut. with suff. T^) caused 
sorrow, vexation, disgrace. Niph. 
"I3yj was irritated, excited. 

TOy p.n., a valley near Jericho. 

f"Oy p.n. of a man. 

3^35? na., aw asp, Ps. 140:4. 
^ ^, X^; see rhv- 

by, *<by, nty; see bby- 

Jyy m., foreigner, stammerer, 



Isa. 



32:4. 



H?^ (fut. nSy!; apoc. hpj 
T with ^, 5«, b, 2- — I. w« 



const. 
went up, 
came up. — II. arose (of the dawn). — 
III. grew up, grew. — IV. increased. 
— V. produced, Pro. 24:31. — VI. 
was put upon. Niph. rpyj I. is 
exalted (God). — II. was lifted up, 
Eze.9:3. — III. was led away, 2 Sa. 
2:27. — IV. was taken up, Eze.36: 

3. iiiph. rrpyn, nbyn fpret. 
jv'pyn, n^ynf'imp. apoc. by_n ■, 

fut. h^V.1; apoc. ?V_l)- — I. caused 
to go up. — II. offered a bwmt- 
offering. — III. placed a thing on 
another. — IV. placed, set up, Nu. 
8:2. Hoph. i"l?yn I. was offered, 
Jud. 6:28. — II. was brought up, 



b 



( 



Nah. 2: 8. — III. was placed upon, 
inscribed, 2 Chron. 20:34. Hith. 
fut. apoc. ?yJV lifts up himself, 
Jer. 51:3. 
by m., the Lofty One, the Most High; 
T adv. on high, 2 Sa. 23: 1; by® I. 
/rom above, Gen. 27:39; 49:25. 
— II. above, Ps. 50:4, &c. 

W> ty.i (^^ suff - ^; Ti$, ^?; 
vf£ n^; dd^K, Dn^y, te»?3p 

prep. (uTrtp, £7tj). — I. upon, on. — II. 
above, over. — III. beside, near, be- 
fore. — IV. besides, over and above. 
— V. in reference to, towards, 
against. — VI. for. on account of, 
in behalf of; T\Tw vj} it is mine 
to give (the kingdom); ?y flTI, 
Z,r\v £7r£, live by (bread), Deu. 8:3. 

Syp (with suff. 'yhya, \hyp, 

DpvPP, &c). — I. from upon. — II. 
from above. — 111. above. 
7JJ Ch. same as Heb., upon, above, 

besides, for. 
*&$ Ch., with \0 above, Dan. 6:3. 
H§{, const, rhv. m. (with suff. >lTQ}) ; 
"pi. const. %.— I- ?ea/.— II. /o- 

/iage. 
PlVy, nViy f. — I. a step. — H. a burnt- 

offering. 
H^y, Kfi?y f- Ch., burnt-offering. 
tyf, f. D% w^er, Jos. 15: 19; Jud. 

' 'i:i5;' P i. nV/>y- 

\py m. Ch. — I. high, supreme (of 
God).— II. the Most High. 

n^y f. Ch., upper room, chamber, 
Dan. 6:11. 

vy p. n., Eli, 'HXi, the priest. 

ty m., pestle, Pro. 27:22. 

n*?y f. — I. upper room, chamber. — 
II. ascent, staircase, 2 Chron. 9:4. 



m., nS'bv f.— I. 



194 ) 

ji^y m., rnv>y f.— i. lofty.— u. 

higher, upper (in place). — III. high 
(in rank). — IV. //te Supreme, the 
Most High (of God). 

fl^y m. Ch., tte Most High. 

Tljyjp m. — I. ascent. — II. mount. 

hi)® m., with PI n^TD 1, oner* 

against, near, Isa. 6:2, &c. — II. 
above; rOVu? upwards, onwards, 
over, above; ri?yp?p /'' om a 6ove » 
upward; 7ypp from above, with 
? over, above. 

?)?tb m., elevating, lifting up of, Neh. 

8:6. 
rbyft f. — I. ascent.— II. step of stairs. 
— III. graduated face of a sun- 
dial. — IV. mental suggestions, Ezr. 
7 : 9. — V. an unknown title of some 
of the Psalms. 
H 7VP\ f. — I. channel for water. — II. 
recovery from illness, Jer. 30:13 ; 
46:11. 

rnSy f — 1. same as Tlb)V — II. P-n., a 
tribe of the Edomites. 

D^p-I^y youth, see nhV- 

fhU, \f?V. P-n. of an Edomite. 

npV?5? : f., a leech, Pro. 30: 15. 

Pj? (fut. 6V); pi. -ife) rejoiced, ex- 
T w/te<Z, with ?y or i (of the sub- 
ject of joy). 
Py m., rejoicing, Isa. 5 : 14. 
Tpy m., rejoicing, expressing joy. 

£3 ^y (Arab, was covered with clouds). 
HD?y f., darkness. 

^y'n^y, n^y, ji^y.; see r6y. 
why.-, seeV9y- 

77^ (Syr. entered). Po. 7?'iy I. mad< 
*o enter, Job 16:15.-11. treated, 



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l^V 



acted towards, with ?• — III. af- 
fected. — IV. gleaned. — V. part. 
SViyp babyish boy, Isa. 3:12. 
Poa. was done, caused, Lam.l : 12. 
Hith. I. exerted himself against. 
—II. uisuZted. Hithpo. practised, 
Ps. 141 : 4 

V?y Ch., entered. Aph. 7$D fcroug-M 
" in. Hoph. "?^n was 6rong-/i* in. 

h'V, h\$ m. (with suff. 1^).— I. y°*«. 
— II. servitude. 

fr^py p.n. of a man. 

r&V f ■ Ch " P retext > ^ ound f or com ~ 

plaint, Dan. 6:5, 6. 
h'hv m., crucible, Ps. 12:7. > 

*y, bb\v m. ( P i. n^y, d*w 

T infant, young child, child. 

ni9?y, rvftiy f.pi., ^«»^- 

n ^y f._i. actum.— II. a n action 

(good or bad). 
n»bvS f -> action > Jer. 32:19. 
bVlpm. Ch., setting (of the sun), Dan. 

T 6:15. 
bbyQ m., pi. D^y.9 habitual doings 

(good or bad). 
W?Jfin m., pi. wfyhSB--— 1- cWZdren, 

Isa. 3 :4. — II. vexations, calamities, 

Isa. 66:4. 

Q^y part. D^p'py. WcWen ttung*, sins, 
Ps. 90:8. Niph. D7JJ3 w« s *«d- 
den; part. DM?!?23 WtWen (crafty) 
men. Hiph. D^n /tide, c-onceaZ; 
*p D^^V. ' n * urne d *"* eyes away 
from, Pro. 28:27. Hith. DP^n 
was hidden, with |D- 
CD^iy, D^'y m.— I. antiquity. — II. 
T eternity.— III. duration of the earth. 

IV. whole life. — V. unlimited, 

future time; DVtyP from of old; 



□Viy nto"* ttie ancient days ; 

ever; future duration, unlimited, 

but not endless. 
D'l^V. m -> eternity, 2 Chron. 33:7. 
D^y m. Ch., eternity. 
CD^y m., a i/own^ man. 
ilDpy f-» damsel, virgin, ?'/ irapQkvoQ. 
D^y. m. pi., yoitfft. 
pD^y p. n. of a town in the tribe of 

Benjamin; nOW?* 1 ! 'V p.n., a 

station of Israel. 
nlD^y f. pi., an unknown title of 

t -■ 

Psalm 46. 
n-1^y f., the same, Ps. 9: 1; 48: 15. 
npl?5} p. n. of a man. 
Hy?y p.n., same as flD?y. 
nb'pyn f v any Zning- /lidiien, secret ; 

pi.'niDTyn- 

K W# Elamiies ; see 7^. 

D/J7 exult, rejoice, Job 20: 18. Niph. 
" ]s exulting, Job 39 : 13. Hith. be 

exulting, Pro. 7: 18. 
V sV gulped, swallowed down, Job 39 : 

30. 

$T?2 com - Ch -« r ^» Dan - 7:5 - 

&7J7. Pu. I. fainted, Isa. 51:20.— 

II. covered, overlaid, Cant. 5:14. 

Hith. was clothed, Gen. 38:14, 

fainted. 

nsby m., languor, fainting, Eze. 31 : 

'l5. 

Y/V ( fut - T^ : -) exw ^ rejoice; with | 
5n, 9 ag-ainsZ, ^Q? before. 
rt^JI f., rejoicing, Hab. 3:14. 

I Dy, Dy, by; see DDy- 

] - T 

1 HDJJ (fut.^lby;).— I. stood fast, still. 
II. stood over, overlooked, with 



-»»y 

"Op 1 ? — III. stood over, presided, 
with ?JJ. — IV. stood before, with 
riK, hy_— V. rmserf, with |P — VI. 
ftood fee/ore, with \3B3, *3S?, |P, 
*133 — VI I. persevere, remain in any 
occupation, with 2- — VIII. stood 
against, opposed, with 7JJ. Hiph. 
TO^H I. cause to stand. — II. se/ 
wn, raise. — III. establish. — IV. ap- 
point. — V. confirm, accomplish. 
(rilppn, Eze. 29 : 7, a wrong read- 
ing' for JVlJjpn thou madest to 
tremble.) Hoph. ^tpVX} made to 
stand. 
~\tiy m., standing-place, station. 
1)12)1 m., pillar. 

rHpy. f., station, standing. Mic. 1:11. 
*tDyp m. — I. standing, order. — II. 
station. 
-|£V, see DP, n^; flB& see Dtty- 
DIOJJ, see DDy; piDJJ, see pDJJ. 
-pJDJJ; see IDy. 

Jl Oy society, company. 

/Uy wrought, laboured. 
?py m. — 1. working, labouring; pi. 
Dvlpy. labourers. — II. weary, 
wretched. 
7*0)) m. — I. labour. — II. sorrow, vex- 
ation. — III. sorrow brought on by 
sin. — IV. weariness. — V. fruit of 
labour. — VI. p. n. of a man. 

P/?^y. P" n -> Amalek, a people inha- 
biting the south of Palestine and 
the borders of the desert of Sinai; 
ipbftV Amalekite ; ^DJJmn AiW 
of the Amalekiies in the tribe of 
Ephraim. 

03JJ concealed, Eze. 28:3; ?1:8. 



( 196 ) DDV 

Hoph. DJftn was obscured, Lam. 

4:1. 
D& DJJ com (with suff. *BJJ), people, 

nation ; '•py *03 the children of 

my people; pi. D^py, D^pDy. 
Dy m. Ch., people; ptpfcOg. ' 
Dj; prep, (with suff. ^V, H^Vi TO, 

'^ ; toy, «?#; D ?9V; D?tf- 

DPipV) wiM, aZcwg- wiM; DJ^D 

/rom w?i</i, (like the French de 

par). 
DJJ Ch., the same. 
npy f. — I. • • U? npy -l ?3 in the same 

way as; np$(? near, towards, like, 

opposite to ; pi. r~li£>y? like ; 

npy?P near. — II. p.n., a town of 

Asher. 
P?3y p.n., Ammon, the son of Lot's 

daughter, and his descendants, 

*mt\ pi- ^fey, fWte', f. 

h^SJi; pi. nto'lBy Ammonites. 
?W®V_ p. n. of a man. 
1-liTpy p. n. of a man. 
^nffty p. n. of a man. 

T T • " *• 

IIITpy p. n. of a man. 

m^py p. n. of a man. 

n£»py p. n. of a man. 

*WPy p. n., a town in the tribe ot 
Asher. 

D"ipy p. n. of a man; patron. '•pipy. 

;W3?3y (God with us), Immanuel, 
one of our Lord's prophetic titles, 
'BpfiavovtjX, Isa. 7 : 14. 

DftJ?, b^ (fut.Dby^) load, lay a 
burden upon. Hiph. D^PJKI caused 
to be laden, 1 Ki. 12:11; 2 Chron. 
10:11. 

DIDy p.n., Amos, the prophet. 

rfppy p.n. of a man. 

nDftyb f., burden, Zee. 12:3. 



PW 



(. 197 ) 



oy 



piuy was i>er?/ deep, Ps. 92:6. Hiph. 
P^PV.il make deep, Isa. 30:33. 
foil m.','ri|?py.f.— I. deep.— II. smoM?, 

wnsearcAa/de. 
"£y or p)py m., the same; pi. const. 

T *]?.?$ T 

p'lDy p. n. of a man. 

pDgm. (with suff. S|g»#; pl.D*j?Dy). 

— I. rfe?/) pZace. — II. unintelligible. 
ppjj m., J«p^/i, Pro. 25:3. 
p^py. m. Ch., deep, profound thing, 

Dan. 2:22. 
D^ipDJJjD m. pi., depM*. 

*lDy. Pi. 1©y binding-sheaves, Ps. 

129:7. Hith. "ipy fin Jreaf as a 

s/ave, with 2. 
T'py m., sheaf of corn. 
"TDJJ m.— I. sheaf; pi. QnOg.— II. 

amer, a dry measure, the tenth 

part of an ephah. 
mby. p. n., Gomorrah, one of the 

cities of the plain; LXX.rouoppa. 
HDy p. n. — I. Omri, king of Israel. — 

II. of other men. 

1lb$? m. Ch., wool, Dan. 7:9. 
Q-ipy p. n.; seeDDy. 

E^Dy same as Dpy carried. 
tft^by p.n. of a man. 

T T -• r 

^Dy p. n. of a man. 
"•D^py, p. n. of a man. 

^V T ( AraD - grapes). 
23y p. n., a town in the tribe of 
Judah. 

nay m. (pi. D^nay., ^ay), grapes. 

S-^y p. n. of a man. 
*yfy pi. const, with dag. euphon., from 

3^y Pu. delicately brought up, Jer. 



G:2. Hith. delighted himself in, 

with ^y, |p. 

J.i)y m., H!l3y f., delicate, tender. 
33*y m., delight, pleasure. 
>"0yF) m., delight, pleasure, enjoy- 
ment, luxury. 

1JJJ 6otmd, Job 3 1 : 36 ; Pro. 6:21. 

i.njJJ (fut. n:y>, n$8$,\s)2\).—i.?poke. 

— II. celebrated. — III. shout. — IV. 
bellow, bleat. — V. answer. Niph. 
njyi was answering, answered. 
Pi. H3y answered, sang in response. 
Hiph. answer favorably, Ecc. 5:19. 
H3y Ch. — I. answered, spoke, began to 
speak. — II. was afflicted; see below. 

II. rOy I. was humbled. — II. was 
afflicted. Niph. was humbled, 
afflicted, with \3Sp. Pi- 1, hum- 
bled, subdued. — II. afflicted; with 
T]&$had connexion with a woman: 
with K>S)!3 fasted. Pu. was afflicted, 
humbled; inf. lnby /?is suffering 
affliction, Ps. 132:1. Hiph. op- 
pressed. Hith. rijiyrin I. was af- 
flicted, 1 Ki.2:26. — II. was hum- 
bled, with ^ph. 
nay p. n. — I. the son of Seir, and his 
descendants. — II. the son of Zi- 
beon. 

IJJf, Viy r m. (pi. D^y, '•p), temWe, 
meek, poor, afflicted. 

ni3y f., meekness, humility. 

ntpy f., the same. 

n-iay f., affliction of the humble (Lee), 
Ps. 22: 25. 

^y adj. m. (pi. D*?$ ; f. njjjp, abided 
miserable, poor. 

"OJJ, with pause ^y m., misery 

*> 3y p. n. of a man. 



viy ( 198 ) 

!TOy p. n. of a man 

|*0y m., thing, matter. 

JlJy p. n. of a man; see IV2- 

TVirOJ? p.n. — I. a city of the Levites 

in Benjamin; '•n'roy inhabitant 

of Anathoth. — II. of a man. 
n*riroy p. n. of a man 



^V 



|JP pa., necause; ng>K ])?_, ^ )V_1 
because, because of; |yi2-l \V S _, 
15?!? RC th e same. 

^V] p. n. of a man. 

iTDyp m. — I. answer. — II. answer to 
•prayer. Pro. 16:1. 

WP> \V.V? intent, purpose. — I. be- 
cause.— -II. thence, so, accordingly; 
"l&'K $£><? w order M«£, because 
that. 

n}Vp t.furrow, Ps. 129:3. 

rTOyp Kri, the same. 

n^ypl f., self-humiliation, Ezr. 9:5. 
D"Oy p.n., a town of Judah. 
D3.y p.n., a town of Issachar; else- 
where D^rrv.- 

D^P^y p.n., a foreign people unknown. 
ipEOJJ p.n., an idol of the Sepharvites. 

}55? (P art - L# 5 f - n ?}ft and Po - te'w ( fut - 

|3i^; part. ji'iyp) divined, used 
auguries, Isa.2:6,&c. Pi. (inf. with 
suff. "03$) my bringing on a cloud, 
Gen. 9:14; see |3JJ. 

UJJ, const. J35J m.— I. a cloud.— II. 
p. n. of a man. 
naay f., cloud, Job 3:5. 
pJJ m. Ch., cloud, Dan. 7:13. 

"'J 1 ^. P- n - °f a man « 
HOiy. ('Avai'tag) p.n.— 1. of a man. 
—II. of a place in Benjamin. 

CDy, const. P]3y m. (pi. with suff. 
PJ»BJg, D5S3y) a branch. 



F|iy m. Ch., a branch. 

f|py, f. nQ3y branching out, Eze. 19 

lo. 
pjg m - Cpld^ nippy). — i. a 

chain (collar for the neck). — II. p.n., 

D*i? T S (P?3jn) p^ »», nfy poyrt, 

D^p^y \32 Me Anakims, the first 

inhabitants of Canaan, who were 

giants. 

\>y$ put on a collar, i.e. exalted, lifted 

up, Ps. 73 : 6. Hiph. p*3gn niace 

on Me neck like a collar, Deu. 

15:14. 

~0y p.n. — I. a man of Canaan, Gen. 14 : 

T 13, 24.— II. p.n., 1 Chron. 6:55, 

probably a wrong reading for 



V 3 J? (fut. B^g*).— I. fared.— II. ,/fnerf 
in money, with 7- Niph. was 
^ned, mulcted. 

V?)]) m., m^lct,fine, tax 

Cby m. Ch., too;. 

nj^Tninjg, n;n'n?j?; see nny. 

njy, nsys; see nhy- 

DDJ? tread (as grapes), Mai. 3:21. 
D^py m. — I. new wine-juice. — II. 
juice of the pomegranate, Cant.8 : 2. 

">yy, -iiyy*. f ° r -"nor. ™«ed <* cr v> lsa - 

15:5;' see "vijl Pil. 
HSy, nriBg; see nD^y in f]-iy- 

n^y root not used ; (Syr. flourished.) 

*Bjf m., pi. D^SV: teare *' Ps - 104: 12 ' 
^Q^ m. Ch., leaves. 

7^y. Pu. swollen, inflated, Hab. 2: 
4. Hiph. raised themselves, Nu. 
14:44. 
?!py m. — I. swelling tumour. — II 
mount, hill. 



■?£# ( 199 

7&'yn p.n. of a peak of Mount Zion, 

to the east. 
DvQ#, pi. const. vSy hemorrhoids, 

emerods; see also D'Hinp. 
'O'pJJ p. n., a city of Benjamin, Jos. 

18:24. 

Diaysy, ^VM> see syiy. 

^3^ Pi. ISy dashed with dust, 2 Sa. 
T 16:13.with 1^3- 

nn.D'y f., lead. 

")£y, const. ISy m. — I. earth, mould, 
clay. — II. dust. — III. the earth. — 
IV. depth of the earth ; pi. const. 
rVnSJJ dusts, i.e. small dust, mole- 
cules. 

1D*y m., kid, young goat. 

")££[ p. n. of a man. 

mDJJ p. n. — I. a city of Benjamin. 
— II. a city of Manasseh. — III. of 
a man. 

j'nay tfVM) P.n.— I. a town on the 
borders of Ephraim. — il. a moun- 
tain between Judah and Benjamin. 
— III. the name of a Hittite, Gen. 
23:8, &c. 
}% D-'yV, ^V/, see rW 

Ja)/ pained, grieved, thwarted. Niph 



) 



DVV 



i\iph. 

was pained, grieved, with 2, ?y, 
?K. Pi. I. bound together, Job 10: 
8. — II. pained, thwarted Hiph. 
1. grieved, thwarted,Ps.l8:4:0. — II. 
worship, Jer. 44:19; (see Lee). 
Hith. was grieved, 
2^V. Ch., grieved. 

nvj; m., pi. D^y »*>&. 

2¥y, 2)t% m. — 1. tendon, sinew, Jer. 

22: 28— II. labour.— III. pain. 
3)>y m. — I. idol. — II. pain, grief. 
3KJJ m. (pi. with suff. DD^-VJ?) your 

labours, Isa. 58:3. 



rin^y/ra^y f. (const, nn-yy; pi. 

with suff. DrflD-Vy). — I- pain, grief. 
— II. " sorrows," Eng. Ver. ; per- 
haps idols, Ps. 16:4. 

p2*Vy m., painful, great, labour, Gen. 
3:16, 17. 

n3VyD f., labour, ajfliction, Isa. 50: 
T ll." 

HVJJ (Arab. axe). 

n^yD m., axe. 
T _. - 

nyj? close the eyes, Pro. 16:30. 
fy m. (pi. CD^'y, *X3J).— I. a *ree ; 
nS ¥# fruit-tree— 11. wood.— 111. 
gallows. 
n^*y f., wood, Jer. 6: 6; see also in 

llVy m., spi?ie o/ Me back, Lev. 3:9. 

"125 jl^VV. P- n -» a sea-port, probably 

on the eastern coast of the Red Sea. 

7^y. Niph. be sluggish, Jud. 18:9. 
?Vy m., sluggard; book of Proverbs 

only. 
rk'iV. sloth, Pro. 19:15, T~[^ll f-, 
T Pro. 31:27; dual &$'*£' great 
sloth, Ecc. 10:18. 

Di)J. U^y I. was numerous. — II. was 
strong. — III. was great. Pi. D-^'y 
I. bind the eyes, Isa. 29:10. — II. 
break the bones, Jer. 50:17, from 
Q^y« Hiph. strengthens, Ps. 
105:24. 
D-IVy m. — I. numerous. — II. strong. 
— III. great; pi. O^D-lVy great 
ones, Ps. 10:10. 

D>*y f. (pi. n^pyy, ntovjp.— i. 6<m<? 

— II. body. — III. self -same (nevei 
of persons); iTin D'VH D¥y3 or 
this very day — IV. p.n., a city of 
Judah. 



Dvy 



nW m., nDVJ| f.— I. strength.— II. 

power. — III. multitude, Nah. 3:9. 
pftyjj p. n., a town in the southern 

borders of Canaan. 
niD-^y f. ph, defence in argument, 

Isa. 41:21. 
nteyri f. pi., strength, Ps. 68:36. 

\^V m., p.n. of a place, 2 Sa. 23:8. 

'""l^y (fut. "l^y^j.; — I. shut up, restrain, 
detain, with *?. — II. with H3 re- 
tain power, reign. Niph. "1^3« 
was s/tw£ wp, detained. — II. w;4s 
assembled. 

"iVj^ m., rute, supreme power, Jud. 
' 18:7. 

"IVV m. — I. shutting up the womb 
from child-bearing, Pro. 30: 16. — 
II. in prison, Isa. 53:8. 

rmy., lYYSjg f. — I. day 0/ assembly. 
— II. restraint. 

"I^yp m., restraint, hindrance, Pro. 
T 25:28. 

"ll^yp m., the same, i Sa. 14:6. 

DPJ£ (fut. 3p$p.— -I. tafo 6y fAe AeeZ, 
Hos. 12:4; see 2py. — II. circum- 
vent, defraud; part. HZpJ? traced, 
marked, Hos. 6:8. Pi. trace, Job 
37:4. 

2p}) m. — I. heel. — II. impression of 
the heel, track; pi. D'Qpy heels; 
rYQpy footsteps. — III. rear of an 
army, Gen. 49 : 19, &c. — IV. fly 
"Qpl? iniquity of my tracks, i. e. 
ways, Ps. 49' 6. 

2pV m., steep place, Isa. 40:4; see 
above. 

3py m. — I. m consequence that, for 
the sake of. — II. consequence, fruit; 
1"} 'V, Ps. 19: 12, "great reward," 



( 200 ) ipy 

Eng. Ver. ; Dpy ?y, Dp# in con- 
sequence, because, for that reason, 
with "IKW, *3 the same. 

nnpjj f., /ra'ttd, deceit, 2 Ki. 10: 19. 

3-1py p.n. of men. 

ipy.l. (fooA % Z/te AeeZ), p. n., Jacob, 
the son of Isaac, afterwards Is- 
rael; npjr \33, " jv& rt n^np, 

y> int I. his descendants, the Is- 
raelites. — 11. the name also of their 
land and national polity. 
rQpyi. p. n. of a man. 

HDJJ (fut. *l'py\) he binds, ties, Gen. 
22:9. 
^I'pV m. (pi. DHpyj stripe, streak on 
cattle. 

npy s., oppression; see p-iy- 
Plpyp m., parapet, battlement ; LXX. 
GTt<pdvn, Deut. 22 : 8. 

/p^. Pu. part. 7J5VP became per- 
verted, Hab. 1:4. 
pn?py. m., very crooked, Isa. 27 : 1. 

s\i?\?V. m -» rii?j??i?y. f- pl. t t«ry crooked, 
perverted. 

1p^ eradicate, Ecc. 3:2. Niph. uhm 

rooted up, destroyed, Zep. 2:4. Pi. 

"Ipy hough, cut the hamstring. 
~lpy. Ch. Ith. uxm rooted, Dan. 7 : 8. 
1j$' m., n"J^y., n-lpy. f., barren, 

sterile. 
"Ipy ; m. — I. root, i.e. head of a strange 

family, Lev. 25:47. — II. p. n. of a 

man. 
"Ipy m. Ch., nerve, stump, Dan.4:12, 
pipy p. n., one of the five principal 

cities of the Philistines, 'Aicapojv; 

"0"lpy an Ekronite. 

D*lp^ m. — I. a scorpion. — II. some 
implement of torture. — III. a war- 






vpy c 201 ) 

like engine. — IV. Mlj?g H^D 
p. n., a place in the south of 
Palestine, 'Aicpa(3iv. 

fc/'pj/ convict of perverseness, Job 9: 20. 
Niph. is perverse, Pro. 28: 18. Pi. 
made crooked. 
JJ>j?JJ m. — I. perverse, tortuous. — II. 

p. n. of a man. 
rvlfcjjjpj; m., perverseness. 
t^pyp m., pl.D^pyp unlevel, abrupt 
places, Isa. 42: 16. 
iy, DnjJ; seeTJJ. 

"iy p. n., £/-, the son of Judah, and 
other men. 

^*"ly I. was agreeable, sweet. — II. 
agreed, made compact. — III. be- 
came surety, pledged, with ?. — 
IV. became dark; imp. 21))/, fut. 



my 



Hith. liynn I. intermixed 

with, with 3, ?, DJ/. — II. agreed, 

made compact with, with DS. 

Hiph. inf. l^H growing late 

(of the day), 1 Sa. 17:16. 
3"iy_ Ch., mixed. Ith. was mixed, 

associated. 
2~}V.> 11%. Arabia; '2^, "any an 
" Arab; pi. D>n"iy, DWITljJ Arabs. 
2"fy m. — I a raven. — II. p. n., a 

prince of Midian. — III. Oreb, a 

rock beyond Jordan. 
2"$} m., agreeable, sweet, Pro. 20: 

17, &c. 
21V m., gad-fly; LXX. Kvv6p.via. 
2"}V m. (with art. H"Tyn). — I. foreigner, 

stranger, mixed multitude. — II. 

woof in weaving. 
3ny m. (f. 1 Sa. 20:5). — I. evening, 

iny2, 2^y, 2*))}? in the evening; 

pi'nizny.j dual b^znyn p3/«wi 



evening to evening, i.e. a whole 
day.— II. pi. O'Ony., *T)H oziers, 
willows. — III. y y ?n3 a stream in 
Moab, Isa. 15:7. 

!"Q"iy . f. — I. plain, open country. — 
U.desert. — III. i"G "Tyn the country 
between Jericho and the gulf of 
Akabah, called by the Arabs El 
Arabah ; 'yn DJ Sea of Arabah, 
Dead Sea; J ])tl 7H3 brook Kedron. 
— IV. p. n., a town in Benjamin; 
"■rn^y an Arbite. 

nsny. f., pledge, surety. 

jl3"$ m. (appafiwv), security, pledge, 
Gen. 38:17, &c. 

H'lyp m. — I. the west. — II. mer- 
chandise, Eze.c. 27; PD^D to- 
wards the west. 

ni^l? f., the west. 

nri-1")yn f., security, hostages. 

*1 jy bleat, cry as an animal from de- 
T sire, with b$, bv.', fut. f$*. 
Hi-liy f., raised bed in a garden, 
parterre. 

I jy root not used; (Arab, fled away) 

Tl"iy m., wild ass, Job 39:5. 

*l"iy m. Ch. — I. wild ass, Dan. 5:21. 
t -; ' 

— II. p. n., a place in the wilder- 
ness of Judah. — III. p.n. of a man. 

PHJ7. Pi. rny. (inf. nhjj; fut. apoc. 
lyiyi)- — 1. make naked. — II. empty, 
pour out. Hiph. my.H I. make 
bare, expose, Lev. 20:18,19. — II. 
'pour out, Isa. 53: 12. Niph. mitt 
was poured out, Isa. 32: 15. Hith. 
iTJJ^nn I. was stripped, exposed, 
Lam. 4 : 2 1 . — II. w as spread abroad, 
Ps. 37:35. 

14 



my 



( 202 ) 



ny 



my f. pi. nTiXJ bare places, pastures, 

Isa. 19:7. 
j-jpy f, — i. unfortified country, Gen. 
T 42 : 9, 12. — II. nudity. — III. shame, 

disgrace. 
nnj; f. Ch., loss, Ezr. 4 : 14. 
JTHy. f., nakedness, 
rnjjb m., oare place, moor, Jud. 20: 

33. 
-\])jp m., nudity. 
JYHyP f- pi-, plains, suburbs, 1 Sa. 

17:23. 
JT.yP p. n., a town in Judah. 
-IjfrTm. (with suff. my!?).— 1. razor. 

— II. penknife, ler. 36:23. — III. 

scabbard of a sword. 

D"ny T , D^pny, pYt&s see my- 

"lyWy. p. n.; 'see TIJJ- 
ny p'. n., one of the sons of Gad. 
n'lDny dough; see D1JJ- 
D^Tg no&ics; see my- 

fny T - : see py- 

vyr% &y%i see TlV- 

TpJ? (fut. Tpy!) — I- set m order > ar- 
range, dispose ; with or without 
nftfte set in battle array; with 
or" without D^Vp prepared an ad- 
dress, speech; with ? to any one; 
with ^>K against any one; with 
or without ESE>P prepared a 
cause for judgment ; JV^ 'JJ pre- 
pare a covenant.— II. compared 
together, valued, estimated, with 
*?. Hiph. "Sp'TjJn valued, set a 

tax on. 
■j-jjj m .— 1. order, arrangement, sys- 

' terrii — ii. value, estimation. 
myp m., disposings (of the heart), 

"Pro. 16:1. 
rmjJD f., disposition, arrangement. 

T T->- 



TQ"\ytO f., the same. 

/iy esteem profane, Lev. 19.23. 
Niph. appeared uncircumctsed, 
Hab..2:16. 
SlJJ, const, biy., 73^ m., uncircum- 
cised person; h)WP 'V hesitating 
of speech; lb £$ uncircumrised 
of heart; 7"^\) D33? tteir heart 
uncircumcised ; |JN •"v'ilP. wn «r- 
cumcised of ears. 
rb"\V r f-« foreskin; 27 'V uncircum- 
T dsed 0/ ftear*; ipb in7$ uncir- 
cumcision of its fruits, i.e. first 
fruits of a tree, Lev. 19:23; pi. 
rih% const, ri'b'yi I. foreskins. 
— Il.p.n., a hill not far from 
Gilgal. 

O^J? was cunning, subtle. Hiph 
Dnyn l. ad cunningly. — II. act 
prudently, wisely. Niph. D"$2 
became swollen, heaped, Ex. 15:8. 
D-1"iy m. — I. cunning. — II. prudent, 
cautious. 

nny T , my T m.( P i. D^ny : ; f.rupp, 

—I. nofced. — II. exposed, spoiled. 
ETVy, D"iy m. — L nakedness. — II. 

naked; adj. pi. DWV.- 
my m., craftiness, cunning, Job 5: 

'l3. 
nEny f. — I. cunning. — II. prudence. 
nEfiy.f., pi. Hi- ti*- heap (of ruins, 

of corn, &c). 
pD"iy m., the plane tree. 
DlSyp m., pi. CD^Piy.P nudities, 
2Chron. 28:15. 
py p. n. of a man.; patron. ^V.- 

DTJJ root not used; (Ch. DT£ roiawk*), 

HDny f., pi. JYlD^TK doug/i; LXX 
0ypapa. 






my ( 203 ) 

■mr& "iyi& TtfTSt; see my. 

SpJJ (fut. PjTp.— I. 6«AfiBd,Ex. i3:13 : 
&c. — II. destroy, ruin, Hos. 10:2. 
— III. drop (as blood from a de- 
capitated bird); applied to speak- 
ing. 

qp m., n^k; ^ jflJ or 'V MS 

Ae turned the back, turned from 
any one, with btt; 'V tfeft, 'V TOS 
turned the back, fled; D'VlX |nj 
fp.y g"ctye /ti?n the back of his ene- 
mies, i.e. made them flee before 
him, Ps. 18:41, with b or ^N % - 
HSnj/ p. n., Orpah, a woman of 
Moab. 

D^DHy m. pi., clouds; metaph. nobles, 
Gen. 37:9. 



wy 



^rst 



m., thick darkness. 

*TJ7 (fut. p^).— I. feared, trembled. 
— II. affrighted, alarmed. — III. 
shook, with ace. ^SO- Niph. part. 
P23 temMe, Ps.'89:8. Hiph. 
p"iy.n causing to fear, Isa. 8: 13. 

j ,; nj£ m., abrupt, fearful place, Job 
30:6. 

'f"HJ£ m— I. strong, mighty. — 11. vio- 
lent, cruel. 

P"]3?£ m -» terrible, fearful one, Isa. 
8:13. 

'"lyiyP i., fearfulness, tenor, Isa. 10: 
33'. 

2*$/ / e ^, escaped, Job 30: 3. 
^Tiy my nerves, Job 30:17. 
"•j?"^ p. n., Me Arkites, a people of 
Canaan. 

""HJc ( im P- JTjJO wa5 waAed, Isa. 32: 
11. Po. "Pity I. stir up.— II. make 



naked. Pil. -|jny and Hithpal 
""'V."]^'? was > became, exposed. 

*TTH m."(pl. Dnnj?) cAtftf/es*. 

iy*iy m., naked, destitute, poor. 

"lyni?, ")^"iy I. perhaps stump, dead 
tree, Jer. 48:6.-11. p. n., ^roer, 
a town on the river Arnon, called 
also "njng. — III. a town near 
Rabbath Ammon. — IV. p.n., a 
town in Judah ; ^JTlJ? an inha- 
bitant of Aroer. 

EHJ2 f - Cpi- nifcny) couch, bed. 
^PV-. m : ( with suff - D ?^; pL const. 

nU^V) green Aerfi (considered as 
food), 
nby m. Ch., the same. 

H^j; (fut. nby_, '&$*)_; inf. abs. nby, 
\bv T -, const, nby., r-rib^).— J. 

wrought, laboured in, with 2.— II. 
made, fabricated, produced, con- 
stituted, appointed, with ?. — III. 
di'i, performed, made, exercised. — 
IV. passed time, Ecc. 6:12. Niph. 

nbjy (pret. f. nrfe^jj f U t. f. 

*W%Bi apoc. bjri).— l.'wasmade. 
—II. was done; n"^» fo be done. 
Pu. ''p' 1 ^ / was made, Ps. 139 : 15. 
Pi. nipy pressed, injured, Eze. 23 : 
3, 8. 

/#"}p^ P-n. of a man. 

7?5»b^*p. n. of a man. 

H^JJ p. n. of a man. 

tfeyp m. (pi. D^D).— I. worA (ot 

an artificer).— II. Ja&owr, business, 

occupation. 
V#P P- n. of a man. 
n;fe%P, -VT^D p.n. of a man. 

I^J/ (hairy), p. n., Esaw, the son ol 
Isaac; 1B% \3|, 'V JV3, lb# Ma 



\wv 



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rm 



sons of Esau, Edomites; see DlK.5 
I^V. ^0 mountains of Edom. 

")Vw *ytoy.\ see ^?.* 

T)W% Hithp. contend lOttA, Gen. 26: 
20. 

p'^y. (s^/ e )» p- n - ot a f ° untain - 

"TO in., rWJJ f. (used only in com- j 
T position with the other numbers), '- 
ten; "ibty inS eleven, the eleventh; 

f. n^yVni*; i&$T\0 m -» 

nnb>V." ^ f., sixteen; pi. DH^V. 
twenty. 
"lEty v. (fut. I^y*) decimate, tithe, 1 Sa. 
" V.15,17. 'Pi- "#J? tofte or^atf 
fifAe. Hiph. inf. with pref. "PV? 
to pay tithe. 
iMty m., ten; 65Hh? "fttyja the 
tenth (day) of the month; ??3 
WJI a lute of ten strings. 

"pv. f -» T n l^ m> Ch -' ten; v^feft 

twenty. 

nwy. m., tenth; f. nnw : > rp?pg. 

rt"»W m. (pi. D^II^J) a *Tf measure, 

the tenth part of an ephah. 
-|b>y)0 m . (const. ig%Qi with suff. 

"'nbyp; pi. n'n^D) titne. 

nwy for'nn'^y Kal pret. f., from H^J?. 

S^y m., name of a constellation, pro- 

T bably the great bear, Job 9:9; (38 : 

32;) see also WV- 

WV m. ; t^JJ "3? t/ie f/iree stars in 

' the tail of the bear, Job. 38 : 32. 

r\\&V p- n - °* a man * 

Wy (fut. I^V."!)-— L smoked.— II. me- 
taphorically, of the divine wrath. 
|t^y m., smoking, Ex. 20:18. 
j^jj m. (const. CT.; with suff. h3fjp 



—1. smoke— II. yferce anger.— III. 
ctottd.— IV.p.n. of a town, same 
as \WV r 'TIS. 
^y_ m., the same, Ex. 19: 18. 

(fut. pB^!).— I- oppressed, in- 
jured, wronged, defrauded. -—II. 
press npon. Pu. part. f. nj^JH? 
one oppressed, Isa. 23: 12. 

pW m., fraudulent, oppressive person, 
Jev. 22:3. 

tfpNHL m- P 1 " /™ wct5 > oppressions. 

P^V. p- n - of a man ' 

p&jj m.— 1. oppression, injury. — II. 

'' that which is obtained thereby. 
np^y f-» oppresses, ruins me, Isa. 

T 38:14. 
nip^P f - P l -» oppressions. 

*~\$V (fut. n^jp w«5 ric/l - Hi P h - 

"iW.n I. wade rich. — II. was, be- 
came* rich. Hith. part. 1^9 
becomes rich, Pro. 13:7. 
"VBty m— 1. rick.— n. proud.— III. 

ricn (in grace), Ecc. 10:6. 
n^y m., ric/ies. 
$gjj? became old, wasted. 
Ufa m.,moth (that which wastes, eats). 

n^J? was ma(ie smooth, shone, Jer. 

5:28. Hith. remember, Jon. 1 : 6. 
n^y., n^y. Ch., thought, designed, 

Dan. 6:4." 
n^y m.— I- net-work of ivory, Cant. 

*$•. u.— ii. wa with "ib>j>, rvjjfl) 

(perhaps excess beyond ten) eleven. 
jl-in^y f-, taunting, Job 12:0. 
n'13'ri^y f- pl-» devices, machination$, 
Ps'. 146:4. 
n^n^y f-» 'Aaraprn, perhaps the 
' deified planet Venus. It is pro- 
bably the feminine of rPK>£ ; 






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hkb 



pi. JYnn^y statues of Ashtoreth. 
— II. p. n. of a city of Bashan, 
called also h)T\p_ rfnJ-Bjfg Ash- 
toreth with horns; *T\~\lf\py_ a n 
inhabitant of Ashtoreth; r\\lP$]l 
}NV produce of the flock; LXX. 
Troifivia ru>v TTpofidriov, Deu. 7 : 
13, &c. 

Hy, "iiy com. (with suff. ^V), time, 
season, 6 Kaipog; nN-TH T\V3 about 
this time; "1P1D TtyS about this 

T T •• T 

ftme to-morrow; n s n riy3 £/ws 
#me n&r£ year, or, as in the times 
of a vigorous woman (Lee), Gen. 
18:10, 14; ny.3 as at this 
time; fcOHn T)]J3, in that time; 
')P\])7l in his time; 2Hy H^p in 
the evening; J"iy lp njjp /rom 
time to time, always; JlJJ adv. 
now, sometimes; pi. D^jjlJJ, niny 
fimes, vicissitudes; D^Fiy Hill"] 
many times, on many occasions, 
Neh. 9:28. 
nflJJ (with pause T\T\V T adv.viiv, vuv). 
— I. now, shortly, speedily. — II. 
then; nnyp /row f/t« time; T$_ 
nny wnfiZ £/iw time. 

T - 

"•Fiy m., seasonable, Lev. 16:21. 
\"liy p. n. of a man. 
PVP J"$ P- n. of a man; with il loc. 
PVp HWy p. n., a city of Zebulon. 

IPty* Pi. prepare, Pro. 24:27. Hith. 
/mre become prepared, Job 15:28. 
Tny m., prepared, ready. PI. niT 1 !!^ 
I. things ready to take place. — II. 
wealth. 
Trij;_m. Ch., ready, Dan. 3: 15. 
l-Wy m. — I. he-goat. — II. leader, 
govei'nor. 
rCJiy p. n. of a man. 

T T -; * 



"nny p. n., a town of Judah. 

vny p. n. of a man. 

ri^fiy, -in^ny.p. n. — I. Athaliah, the 

wife of Joram. — II. used also for 

men. 

uJly. Niph. Qfly3 is burnt, con- 
sumed, Isa. 9: 18. 

•Ony p. n. of a man. 

/X'Ony p.n., Othniel, a judge of Israel; 
LXX. Yo6oviii\. 

ptyty (fut. priy*). — I. remove quickly, 
hurry from, with |D. — II. grow 
old. Hiph. p^VD *■ cause to re- 
move. — II. transcribe, Pro. 25: 1. — 
III. put away, silenced, Job 32: 15. 

pny m., insolent, biting word. 

pJiy m., freedom, liberty, Pro. 8:18. 

pTO m., freely, Isa. 23: 18. 

p^tyl m. — 1. ancient, 1 Chron. 4:22. 
— II. removed, with }p, Isa. 28 : 9. 

p^y m. Ch., ancient, Dan. 7 : 9, 13, 22. 

"iny (fut. "iny." 1 .), prayed, supplicated, 
with h, %■ Niph. "iriy: (inf. 
"Ylfiyj) I. ivas prevailed upon by 
prayer, was made propitious. — II. 
JTHfiyD seemingly propitious (false), 
Pro. T 27 : G, with *?- Hiph. Tfiyn 

I. prayed, with ?, "iyS II. mul- 
tiplied, Eze. 35: 13. 

"iny m. — I. suppliant, Zep. 3: 10. — 

II. abundance, Eze. 8:1. 
IJTiy p. n., a town of Simeon, 
rnny. f., riches, abundance, Jer. 33 : 6. 



K% here, Job 38: 11, for H3- 

HK£. Hiph. fut. with suff. DIVSBX 

t t * v •• : ~ 

I will scatter them far and wide 
Deu. 32:26. 



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HID 



HNS, const. HXS) f. — 1. corner, angle 
T (of a field, table, &c.) — II. »*1Sj? 
HX3 having the hair clipped or 
shaven in angles; a Canaanitish 
custom forbidden to the Israelites ; 
DfcOD >nK3, Nu. 24:17, the clip- 
pe<Z cornered ones of Moab, i. e. who 
trim their hair thus. 

H3 m. (const. ''B; with suff. '•S, ^3, 

"Vs, -irps, 011*3; pi. D^3, rri»s). 

— I. mouth; H3 ?N> H3 mouth to 
mouth, without intervention, Nu. 
12:8: intf H3 unanimously. — 
II. mouth of a sack, aperture in 
anything. — III. edge of a sword, 
8fc. — IV. border of the sea, Pro. 
8:29. — V. HQ? H3 frv.m end to 
end. — VI. share, portion; Q^K> '•S 
two parts. — VII. word, command. 
— VIII. expression, tenor; with 
pref. ''SIS as, according to; "^pSS 
as thou (art); Tgfa *33 so as; *37 
according to; *B bil according to. 

n*3 f., edge of a sword; pi. HYPS, 
T Jud. 3:16. 

nv''3 ,, 3 f. pi., edges, two-edged, Ps. 
149:6; Isa. 41:15. 

npl"^3 p.n., a city of Egypt, Bu- 
bastis. 

nn^nrpa, ni'vnn p.n., a place, on 

the Red Sea. 
?b > 3 p.n. of a man. 
Dn^S) p. n. of a man. 

^X£D. Pi. ")X3 I. adorned, made beau- 
tiful. — II. went over the branches 
accurately, Deu. 24:20. Hith. 
1S3nn I. felt complacency, with 
3 — II. boasted himself, with ;}). 
"1KB m.(pl.D*"}K3, nS3) ornamental 
head-dress. 



m«3, iTlKS f., a fcranM. 

T T *.. 

"VHX3 m., blackness, paleness (pi face) 
Joel 2:6; Nah. 2:11. 

!"l"lX3fl, J"nJ<3fi f. — I. beauty, orna- 
ment. — II. glory. — III. boast, sub- 
ject of glorying. 
J")&3 p. n., Paran, the wilderness be- 
tween Egypt and Palestine. 

.u£D (Arab, unripe fig). 
33 m., pi. D^|3 unripe figs, Cant. 2: 
13. 

/•)3E) m., pi. D v33 impure, disgusting 
(thing). 

yj3 I. came /o a place, reached, with 
II — II. met, fell in with, with ?N, 
3 — III. met hostilely, fell upon, 
with 111 — IV. waited on in prayer, 
entreated. — V. admitted favour- 
ably. Hiph. J^|3n I. cause to 
come, fall in with, wait upon. — II. 
fell upon. — III. entreated. 

JJ33 m., occurrence, accident. 

7&Oy33 p. n., a prince of Asher. 

y33p m., object of attack, butt, Job 
T 7 : 20. 

"uS. Pi, "133 became languid, unable 
to proceed, 1 Sa. 30: 10, 21, with 

IP- 

"133 m. (pi. Dn33, n.33) dead body of 
man or beast. 

k^S I. met, with 3. — II. met hostilely, 
Hos. 13:8, &c." Niph. £>333 me\ 
each other. Pi. stumble against, 
Job 5:14. 

n"li) I. redeemed, with 3 (of the price). 
— II. delivered. Niph. PHD} M>au 
redeemed, delivered. Hiph. rnsn 
allowed to be redeemed, Ex. 21:8. 






ma 



Hoph. inf. PTJJpn same as Niph., 
Lev. 19:20. 

PNiTTS p. n. of a man. 

"VlVrnS p.n. of a man. 

QtvnS m. pi., Xvrpov. — I. redemption 
price, ransom. — II. redeemed, de- 
livered persons. 

}'n£) p. n. of a man. 

rvnS f. — i. redemption. — II. rVHB 
separation, Ex. 8: 19. 

n*7B, -iriHS p. n. of a man. 

t t : ' t t : * 

DVT 3, fV^.S m., ransom. 

HI m., ^(RR, Gen. 48:7; D")N p.S 
Padan-Aram; with H, D"lS PO^S 
towards Padan-Aram. 
H3X Ch., palace, camp, Dan. 11 :45. 

y"!S redeem, deliver, Job 33 : 24. 

TJ3 m. (with suff.n^S) /<**. 
HB; see HNS- 

PIS (*<B, IS). — I. here.— II. Aftfer; 

II BID /ience; MB TJ? *Am* /«r; 

nb* 1 ^! where? 
nWB (HIS) p. n. of a man. 

^3 (fut. ttBJ, 3BJ1) became chilled, 
languid, ceased to act. Niph. the 
same, Ps. 38:9. 
nM2 f-, intermission, Lam. 2:18. 
niflSjn f., intermission, Lam. 3:49. 

n^l3 I. blew. — II. became cool by a 
breeze. Hiph. iTSil I. inflamed, 
Pro. 29:8. — II. Weiu, blew a fire, 
with 21 — III. puffed at (scornfully), 
with II — IV. uttered. — V. (from 
FIB) ensnared, Ps. 12:6. 
ITS) m., ashes, Ex. 9:8, 10. 

0-13 p. n., one of the sons of Ham, 
and his descendants. 



( 1^07 ) PIS 

p^p-ia p.n. of a man. 

"iS/piS) p. n. (TTfrecpp)], he who is de- 
voted to the sun), an officer in Pha- 
raoh's household. 

VIS -piS (the same); p. n., Joseph's 
father-in-law. 



m. — I. stibium,, powdered anti- 
mony.— U^B^ltf; LXX. XiOoi 
TroXvreXtlQ, a precious stone; p^ 
^•ISn p. n. of a woman. 

71iJ m., beans. 

>13 p.n. — I. a people and nation of 
Africa. — II. a king of Assyria. 

U-IS D£) m. Ch., mouth, aperture. 

P&, fut. nflSN; LXX. IZnTTopnOnvi 
Vulg. conturb?ctus sum, / /mie 
away, Ps. 88-16. 

11313 p.n., a gate of Jerusalem. 

'O-IB p.n. of a man. 

}i-13 p.n., a town on the borders of 
the desert. 

HV-1B p-n. of a woman. 

T^ED I. dispersed themselves, were scat- 
tered. — II. overflowed. Niph. were 
scattered. Pil. f*)JB and Pilp. 
fS^S shatter, shake to pieces. 
Hiph. psn I. scattered, confused. 
— II. poured out. — III. was scat- 
tered. Hithpo. are shattered, Hab. 
3:6. Tiphel D^nitfSfl / will 
scatter you, Jer. 25:34. 
^SP m.— I. disperser. — II. club, Pro. 
25:18. 

*• p-liD stagger, stumble, Isa. 28:7. 
Hiph. stagger, stumble, Jer. 10:4. 

JL p)% Hiph. p^SH I. supplied, Isa. 
58 : 1 0. — 2 obtained. — 3. prospered, 
Ps. 140; 9. 



ttB ( 208 ) 

np-13 f-, cause of stumbling, 1 Sa. 

'25:31. 
p*S m., staggering, Nah. 2:11. 

J. *"h3 (Arab, bubbled) ; see "HS. 
n"l-13 f., wine-press. 
"inS m., po* for boiling. 
II.*"h£) m., a Persian word. — I.to<; pi. 

Qt-jJlB.— II. the feast of Purim. 
Km'lS P-n-» a son of Haman - 
fc^S (pret. DWS)-I- became nu- 
merous, flourished. — II. spread 
themselves, Hab. 1 : 8. Niph. were 
scattered, Nah. 3: 18. 
E>S m., extent, Job 35: 15. 
fl£»B p.n., one of the rivers of Pa- 
radise. 
ITlS (Arab, interstice). 
n'S m., Isa. 3:17; pi. niJlb /iing-es, 
lKi. 7:50. 
"•HIS p. n. of a man. 
ITS (fut.pl.Mb5 are rfrong- and ac- 
' T flue, Gen. 49:24. Pi. t-JS dancing-, 
2 Sa. 6:16. Hoph. part. TB-1D 
purified, 1 Ki. 10:18. 
TB m.— I. re/faed g-old.— II. refined, 
T Cant. 5:11. 
ni3 dispersed, Jer. 50: 17. Pi. >]?> I. 
dispersed.— II. distributed liberally. 
Niph. and Pu. was scattered. 
PI? m. (pi. D^nS). — I. snare, gin.— 
II. any concealed danger. — III. 
ptate 0/ metal, Ex. 39:3; Nu. 
17:3. 
*iriS (fut.nnB^).— I. /eared, with }p, 

^20 II. was agitated. — HI 

hastened. Pi. /eared grea%, con- 
tinually. Hiph. caused *o sftafce, 
tremble, Job 4: 14. 



*DB 

inS m. (with suff. QD^nS; pi. 

□<i^nS). — I. fear, dread, reverence. 

— II. object of fear. — III. thigh, 

Job 40:17; D*r6g 'B / ear tf 

God. 
n^ns f., /ear, Jer. 2:19. 

nn@ m. (const. nnS; with suff. 
T T]hnS, DHS; pi. ninS; const. 
nVirjQ). — 1. governor of a province. 
— II. captain; Ch. the same; 
hence the modern word Pacha. 

TH3 (swelling like boiling water). — I. 

was dissolute, Jud. 9:4. — II. was 

proud, Zep. 3:4. 

TPlS m., wantonness, pride, Gen. 49:4. 

n-ltnS L, pride, Jer. 23:32. 

DPi£D root not used; (Arab, charcoal). 

DflS m., charcoal. 
ItlB root not used; (Syr. he founded). 
"HIS m. Ch., potter, Dan. 2:41. 

T V 

Jin? m. (pi. D^nriS)— I. a pit, well. 

— II. destruction. 
nnnS f., corrosion, fretting into a 

garment, Lev. 13:55. 
ItOErnnS p. n. of a man. 
nnS Kal inf., from flBl 

rntOD f -> a precious stone, topaz or 
emerald. 

ItOS (fut. TOB?). — I. slipped out, or 
atoay. — li. let out (of water).— 
III. expand (of flowers), 1 Ki. c. 6. 
— IV. exempt from duty, 1 Chron. 
9:33. Hiph. open wide (the 
mouth), Ps. 22:8. 
1>pS Ketib, same as "l-IDB (part, see 
IDS), exempt from duty, 1 Chron, 
9:33. 



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rr?B 



"ltDB m., opening, beginning; ")DB 

htTy first-born. 
miDB V., the same, Nu. 8:16. 

t : • 

C? 103 root not used ; (Arab, beat out 

- T 

iron with a hammer, spread out). 
E^tSB m., a hammer. 
E>*t3B m. Ch., a tunic, Dan. 3:21. 
*B with comp. !"P3 ; see HB in H5<3. 

Tip root not used; (Arab. (disappeared, 
died). 

T'B m., destruction. 
IT3; see n-IB- 
B^S ; see B^S- 
D*£) root not used; (Arab, was fat). 

ilD^B f., fatness, food, strength, Job 
T 15:27. 
p^B p. n., a prince of Edom. 
ni^B ; see HXB- 
p^B ; see p-13- 
|}B»B ; see E5**S- 
jJVB p. n. of a man. 

("OS. Pi. flowing out, Eze. 47:2 

*?|3 m., flask, cruse. 
D"3tfn 1*1*03 p. n. of a man. 

r : - ••■•• 

w*s7iD. Niph. «?BD I. was marvellous. 

T T r t : ■ 

— II. appeared marvellous, with 
*0^2U — HI. was concealed, with 
|D — IV. was struck with wonder; 
part. pi. D*S^BJ, nifc^B} wonder- 
ful things, wonderfully. Pi. KpB 
set apart; Tljj K?3 se£ aparf fey 
row, denoted. "Hiph.X^Bn, ^BH 
I. se* aparf. — II. made wonderful. 
— III. acted wonderfully. Hith. 
show one's self wonderful, with 3, 
Job 10:16. 
&6s m. (with suff. ^pS).— I. sepa- 



ration, peculiarity. — II. marvellous- 
ness. — III. a miracle; pi. D^^B 
adv. wonderfully ; JYIfcOB wonder- 
ful things. 

"WB or vB m., wonderful, Jud. 13: 
18; Ps. 139:6. 

iW^>B f., or njK^B the same. 

IT'Kt'B p. n. of a man. 

r~Iv3 p. n. of a man. 

tt ; r 

XI ?3 p. n., a son of Reuben; patron. 

nK^BD f., miracle, Job 37: 16. 

it,*' ' 

J/2. Niph. was divided. Pi. I. cm/ 

out, formed, Job 38:25. — II. divided, 
Ps. 55:10. 
3^3 Ch., divided, Dan. 2:41. 
A3 m. Ch.,half, Dan. 7:25. 
373 m. — I. channel, stream. — II. p. n., 

a son of Eber. 
niS/B f. pi., brooks. 
n|pB f., pi. niH/B divisions, 2 Chron. 

T 35:5. 
H^BP f., pi. n*13^Bft the same, 
T 2'Chron. 35:12. 

#^pa, mh'$ f. ( P i. ar&B, 

^JPB), concubine, 7ra\XaKt). 

n*n /£) f., pi. ni"v3 iron of chariots, 

perhaps scythes, Nah. 2:4. 
KHpB p. n. of a man. 

m /£) same as fcOB- Niph. are sepa- 
[ rated, Ex. 33^ 16. Hiph. n^B!" I. 

separated. — II. set apart, Ps. 4:4. 
iy?B m. — I. with "0b?N 6 fciva, a 

certain one. — II. p.n. of a man. 
■0b?3 m -> this particular one, Dan. 

8:13. 

TV7B cut, Vs. 141:1. Pi-D^B I. cut tc 



rfra 



pieces, 2Ki. 4:39. — II. disentangle, 
Job 39:3.- III. pierce through, 
Pro. 7 : 23.— IV. harrow, Job 16:13. 

rt?Q m. — I. piece, part. — II. mill- 
stone; 221 n?3 upper mill-stone; 
Hariri '3 nether mill-stone. 

KiT?3 p. n. of a man. 

M 7lD Ch., served, worshipped. 
jnPB m. Ch., service, worship, Ezr. 
T '7 T :19. 

tO/S esct^ed, Eze. 7:16. Pi. I. de- 
livered. — II. bring forth safely, Job 
21:10. Hiph. delivered. 
v3, D vB m., fugitive, one escaped. 

HDv3, Htj?D f., Me escaped, remnant. 

D?3 m., deliverance. 

u7B p. n. of a man. 

*t?73 p. n. of a man. 

^7?) p. n. of a man. 
rTppQ p. n. of a man. 

•irVp?S> p. n. of a man. 

p?Bp m., escape, safety, Ps. 55:9. 

$£ «^a, nK^a, nj?a ; see &6b- 

Wb, n5^3, T WB J see M>B. 

=|/~) root not used; (Arab.tyas round). 
1)73 m. — I. spinning distaff. — II. 
circuit, district. 

773. Pi.^3 I. judged, 1 Sa. 2:25. 
— II. adjudged punishment, with 
7, Eze. 1 6 : 52. — 111. inflicted punish- 
ment, Ps. 106:30. — IV. expected, 
Gen. 48:11. Hith. prayed (lit. 
appealed to a judge), with 1]}2, 

7v3 m., a judge; pi. DvvS. 
H^pB f., jMSft'ce, Isa. 16:3. 
vvfl m., judicial, Job 31 : 28. 






( 210 ) H33 

H s Wb f., judgment, Isa. 28:7. 
??3 p.n. of a man. 
iT/vB p. n. of a man. 
n?BJn f. — I. prayer. — II. interces- 
sion. — III. hymn, Ps. 72:20. 
^b%, $3 ; see i^B- 

D/3. Pi. — I. pondered, Isa. 26 : 7.— 
II. approved. — III. planned. 
DpB m., balance, steel-yard. 
£>7BD m., poising, balancing, Job 37 : 

[?3. Hith. sfcoofe, trembled, Job 9 : 6. 
n-ITJ ?3 f., trembling, fear. 
n^/?Bp f., ifJoJ, image. 
HXJBfi {., terror, Jer. 49:16. 

£/ /£). Hith. roJZed themselves in dust. 

tW/B p. n., Philistia, the sea-coast 
of the south of Palestine; it was 
divided into five provinces. *fit/?3 
aPMJwfme.pl.DW^B; D >s fi&>$3 
Philistines ; LXX. 'A\\b<pv\oi. 

]T?3 p. n. of a man. 

*JT?3 m., mercenary soldier, Pelethite. 

|B, h|3, see pB; "}3, see PUB. 

JjD ? perhaps millet, in English, panic, 
Eze. 27:17. 

H33 (fut. rttB>, |BJR, |B»1, *$>).— I. 
turn himself to go away. —II. turned 
towards. — III. changed, declined, 
began; 1\}2 HiiBp at the turn of 
the morning, i.e. in the morning; 
2~$ t niJBp in the evening. Pi. 
("133 I. removed. — II. cleared a 

T • 

road or /iowse. Hiph. rOBH (fut. 
apoc. 1 3*1). — I. turned. — II. turned 
himself. Hoph. were made to turn 
themselves, Jer. 49 : 8. 
!"I23 m., pi. D*33; const. "03 I. face 

v t r • t •■ : 



>33 ( 21 

D*33^K D*3S, D*333 D'3§ /ace 

•TV * T T '* T 

to face. — II. person, presence ; D-li? 
D*33, with 'ptf or T>5J Ae set his 
face toward; '3 DUG?, |0}i with 
5? and inf. /ie designed to do ; *33 
my person, i. e. I ; ^33 '^ J>er*o»f 
i.e. thou, &c— III. surface.— IV. 
/r®»t; D*33 in front; D»3E>7 6e- 
/ore, formerly; D*3BD *n, /hmi 
*Ae presence of; C3*3S?P /row 
ancient time; with prefixes *3B"?§ 
before, in presence of; *33~nK 
oe/bre; \33 riKE /rom fce/ore ; 
\332 6e/ore; \33? «« *Ac rigto o/, 
6e/o/-^, preceding, against, in time; 
with suff. *3S) J ^?, V»7. 
DD\3a^ DrPpS 1 ?; \??pB>ftw», »e- 
coose" o/; Tg%j »33D 6ecaMsc o/; 
\33"^JJ in presence of, in preference 
to ,' towards; *33"7gD from before. 

~j3, part, /.t // , Zes£. 

^K-133, ^033 p.n .— I. a place beyond 
Jordan. — II. of a man. 

U^D m -» within; »HI0*33 to, on, the 
inside; HD^D? within, on the in- 
side; nD^BD, D*33j>D trttAm. 
*D*33 m., JW33 f., inner. 

D^J3 m. pi., pear/5. 

j§ m. (with suff. H33; pi. 0*33) 
corner. 

PI33 f.— I. corner; '3 B>fch, '3 pK 
chief covner-stone. — II. battlement, 
parapet. — III. dignitary, prince. 

H333 p.n. of a woman. 

pJS. Pi. brought up delicately, Pro. 
T 29:21. 

D3, Q^DB, HD3; see DD3- 

jD3. Pi. count, observe, Ps. 48 : 14. 

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1 ) 



nya 



H3D3 p.n., a peak on the mountains 
of Moab. 

np3 passed over for defence, defended, 
protected. Niph. was lamed, 2 Sa. 
4:4. Pi. leaped about, 1 Ki. 18: 
26. 
P1D3 p.n. of a man. 
np3 m. — I. feast of the Passover — 
II . the paschal lamb ; ' 3 T\W)J keep 
the Passover. 
Plpa m. (pi. D^npS) lame. 
riDSn p.n., a city on the Euphrates, 
Thapsacus. 
T]pB p. n. of a man. 

7p£) hewed, carved. 
T'DB m., pi. Dv*D3 carved images, 

idols. 
7p3 m. (with suff. vP?) an **>*• 

pt?3D2, PTSJC* m. Ch., *«X- 
Trjpiov, a musical instrument. 

DD12 ceased to exist, disappeared, Ps. 
T 12:2. 

D3 m. D^DB np/np roaf o/ many co- 
lours, Gen. 37:3; /ong- cloak, 
covering the hands and feet (Ges. 
and Lee); but Jacob knew Jo- 
seph's coat when torn and dipped 
in blood; it was the quality or 
colour of the cloth, therefore, not 
the shape that distinguished it j 
LXX. x lT(0V toiki'Xoc. 

D3 m., palm of the hand. 

HD3 f., abundance, Ps. 72: 16. 

D^Vl D3 p. n., same as D W DB«. 
H3D3 p.n. of a man 

t ; * * 

riy£D cry out, Isa. 42 : ',4 
nypS com., adder, rifei. 
ystf the same. 



WB ( 212 ; "P* 

MS, ^S P-n., a city of Edom. ^"^3 and TfojB an idol ol 






-III. reward or 



p1J?S; see "IJJB- 

^2? v. (fat. ^JB> fe)~ I «»»*«*. 
—II. made, formed'.— III. did t ver- 
formed. — IV. practised, with 7 or 
2 of the person for whom the ac- 
tion is performed. 
^B m. (with suff. Ij'pjJS, fegf, fagS; 
pi. D^S). — I. tew*, action, prac- 
fi re , — n". wages. — III. acquisition, 
Pro. 21:6. 
TH^JB f. — I. work, employment. — II. 
wages, Lev. 19:13. 
punishment, 
typ for SbVB, from ^B 
■>n^B p.n. of a man. 

\ ' K work, doings. 

rbyzv f., j 

DJ?£) moved, excited to action, Jud. 13 : 
T 25. Niph. was moved, disturbed. 
Hith. same as Niph., Dan. 2: 1. 
DJJB f. (m.Jud. 16:28).— I. pL D^JfS 
footsteps, feet.— II. progress.— III. 
an amu/, Isa. 41:7. — IV. pi. 
rtojJQ /ce* 0/ M« ar * (Lee).— V. 
an art, and ffte time of its perform- 
ance, a time, once; dual D^ttJJB 
fwice; D^B P?^ *«>en fimes; 
D'/^-l DVS once or 'wice, Neh - 
13:20; DV.Bn, HK-TD QK&|, 
XTin DJ7B3 now, a* Me present 
time; Dy_Q2 DJJ?? even so as be- 
fore; DyB..'.DyS sometimes. 
fiOyg m., oeM, Ex. chapters 38 and 
39 only. 

nays ; see 'B njas- 

HJJE) open fAe mowf/i, grape, with JIB, 

" nB3. 

TiyB p. n. of a mountain of Moab; 



Moab. 

*iy.S P- n -» one of David's generals; 
elsewhere ^3- 
n^Q I. opened Me mouth. — II. rescued. 

Pl¥£) orofte /orf/i info singing, with 
rial. Pi. oro/<e fo pieces, Mic. 3:3. 

rryyB ; see ~ I * D - 

b^B. Pi. ^B peeZed, Gen. 30:37,38. 
J-vfefB f. pi., the parts peeled, 
stripped of bark, Gen. 30:37. 

D¥£ orofce the earth, Ps. 60:4. 

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y^S wounded; n:n #I¥B eunwc/i. 
yVB m. (with suff. "»5>yB;"pl- W*%)> 
a wound. 
)>VB Hithpo.; see ^-12 • 

■p-kB p. n. of a man. 
*t£3 (fut.^B* 1 .). — I. pressed upon to 
injure, Gen. 19:9.— II. urged to 
consent, with 2- Hiph. inf. "Vyipn 
was too urgent, obstinate, 1 Sam. 
15:23. 
m^B f., a file, l Sam. 13:21. 

t • : ' 

HDD I. visited, enquired for. — II. en- 
quired for without finding, missed. 
— III. enquired into or after, cared 
y or . — IV. punished, with ?N of 
the crime, or bv. of the person, 
and 2 of the punishment. — V. 
examined and arranged — VI. num- 
bered,took account of.— VII. placed, 
appointed, set over, with ?V_, HK, 
(DH-lpB officers).— VIII. laid a 
charge ' upon any one, with ?V_- 
Niph. I. was missed. — II. was 
punished. — III. was numbered.— 
IV. punishment was inflicted. — V. 
was visited with evil. Pi. ex- 



IpD 



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na 



amined, numbered. Pu. I. was 
taken account of, Ex. 38:21. — 
II. was deprived of, Isa. 38:10. 
Hiph. I. placed, appointed, with ?][ 
or "?. — II. committed to some one, 
with *£*>& 1!?, n«. Hoph. I. 
was punished, Jer. 6 : 6. — II. placed, 
appointed; part. D"Hp3p officers. 
Hith. w;ai examined, numbered. 
Hoth. pi. -IlipSHn the same. 

iTHpB f. — I. providence, Joh 10:12. 
— II. office. — III. government. — 
IV. class, 1 Chron. 23:11. — V. 
treasure, lsa. 15:7. — VI. punish- 
ment; JTnpBn JV^ prison. 

j'nj^S m., deposit. 

nnpQ f., captain of the guard, Jer. 
37:13. 

"llpB m. — I. punishment, an allegori- 
cal name of Babylon, Jer. 50:21. 
— II. dominion, Eze. 23: 23. 

Q^-lpB m. pi., precepts of God. 

Tj?Q m., officer, chief, superintendent. 

Ij^SP m. — I. arrangement, 2 Chron. 
31:13. — II. census publicly ap- 
pointed, 2 Sa. 24:9. — III. "QK? ; 
*lp3pn one of the gates of Jeru- 
salem, N eh. 3:31. 

npiD (fut. npipl) opened the eyes or 
ears. Niph. was opened. 
npS p.n., Pekah, king of Israel. 
HTlpB p.n., Pekahiah, king of Israel. 
npS m., having the eyes opened, able 

to see. 
rnpTlpS m., complete opening, open- 
ing of the prison, Isa. 61:1. 
Tp3 officer; seelpB- 

nij?j5§ f. pi., the fox -grape, 2 Ki.4: 
39. 



D^JJpB m. pi., architectural ornaments of 
a globular form., 1 Ki. 6:18; 7 : 24. 

iSj l£D m., young bull. 
niB f. — I. young cow, heifer. — II. 
man p.n., a town in the tribe 

TT" ' ' 

of Benjamin. 

N i3 same as HIB Hiph., propagate, 
Hos. 13:15. 

HIS, rn.B com. (pi. DWB), wild ass. 

DfcOB p. n., a king of Canaan. 
n*na same as rhttB; see iTIKS. 

15*13, THE m., sufeMrfi. 

I ]S separated, spread (of wings). Niph. 

separated himself, with |D, ?yp. 

Pi. go aside, Hos. 4: 14. Pu. part. 

"nbp separate, Est. 3:8. Hiph. 

same as Kal. Hith. same as 

Niph. 
TTS m. (with suff. ITlB ; pi. OH"®), 

a mule. 
rn^lB f., she-mule. 

t : • ' 

nTlB f. pi., seeds scattered, corn 
sown, Joel 1: 17. 

D V. jS- 111 -! vapadsiaog, enclosure, park, 

Neh. 2:8; Cant. 4:13; Ecc. 2:5. 

mB heifer; see "13; niB same as 

T T " T V V 

K"13 wild ass. 

il IS bore fruit, was fruitful (of trees, 
plants, men, animals, &c); part. 
f. n J ")B, rn'B fruit tree. Hiph. 
rnBH (fut. apoc. 13*1) made fruit- 
ful 
"H3 m. (with pause 'HB; with suff. 

^na, tjna, Dna, Djna, Dnns). 

I. fruit of a tree; '•"IB W /rut* 
free. — II. produce of the ground; 
nB pK a fruitful land. — Ill, 
fruit of the womb, offspring. — IV 



m»*. 



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na 



result of actions, reward or punish- 
ment. 

HIS p. n. of a man. 

KYTIS, KT13 p.n. of a man. 

OTIS) p. n. of a country, same as 
EW"lSp, which see. 

"11*12 suburb; see IZHS- 

t : - t : - 

1-112 pot; see ItB- 

MS (Arab, separated), see }*")S. 
T13 m.. ntter. Hab. 3 : 14 . 
|"1T"IS m., justice; with suff. 131ns, 

Jud. 5:7, 11. 
n'U"lS f. ph, unwalled towns, villages. 
''pS m., one living in a village; 
T pl. DTIB; KetibDnna- 

x . T . . . 

v T"jB p. n., the Perizzite, a people of 
Canaan. 

7.H3 m. Ch., iron; Heb.^J"j3. 

PHS (fut. ni£l*J.— -I. budded.— II. sAo* 
up, flourished. — III. .spread, extended 
itself. Hiph. caused to bud, bud- 
ded. 

rna m. (with suff. Drns ; pi. D*rns). 

— I. young shoot. — II. bud. — III. 

the artificial representation of a 

bud. 
"VnS p.n. of a man. 
firnS m., insolent, with insult, Job 

T 30:12. 
IT1BN m., pi. D^niQX young of birds. 

*&*"[& abounded or sang ; LXX.i7rt/cpo- 
rovvrec, Am. 6:5. 
10*15) m., omission, what is omitted, 
'Lev. 19:10. 
•HS) fruit; see HIQ. 
p")S wi/d beast; see f)5. 

^*1ID m., harshness, oppression. 
r*0"l2 f., f/ie veil which separates the 
holy place from the holy of holies. 



D*l£) (fut. D"©*J renf, forn (of gar- 

ments), Leviticus only. 
KJRt^D"lS p.n., a son of Haman. 
"p"}£> p.n. of a man. 

D*"1IS broke, distributed, bread. Hiph. 
dividing the hoof ; see riD"lp. 
D")2 Ch., divide. 
D"1S m., i/ie osprey, Lev. 1 1 : 13; Deu 

14:12. 
nD"}3 f., a hoof; pi. const. niDlS, 

D"1D Persia; ^DIB a Persian, Parsee. 

- t • : - * 

y ]2 I. uncovered the head. — II. placed 
in a state of disorder, Ex. 32:25. 
III. was disregarded. — IV. left a 
road, Pro. 4:15. — V. exempted, 
Eze. 24: 14. — VI. avenged, Jud. 5: 
2. Niph. became lawless, Pro. 29 : 
18. Hiph. I. made idle, Ex. 5:4. — 
II brought vengeance on, 2 Chron. 
28:19. 
yiES m., head of hair; pi. nty"!"*, 
nijTlS, vengeance, Deu. 32 : 42 ; 
Jud. 5:2. 
jinjTlS p.n., a town of Ephraim ; 
■•JnyiS a Pirathonite. 

Pl^-j) title of all monarchs of Egypt,, 
(lit. <pp>] the sun); <&apaio. 

&^JH? m.— I. a flea.—U. p. n. of a 

man. 
*lS"l~i p. n., a small river which joins 

the Amana near Damascus, 2 Ki. 

5:12. 

V*l£) (fut. ¥"\%\). — I. broke down, made 
a breach in, a wall. — II. burst 
forth, overflowed (of water). — III. 
broke in pieces, afflicted. — I V. urged 
(a person). — V. dispersed an enemy 



ne 



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y^Q 



VI. distributed persons, 2 Chron. 
11:23. Niph. part. JHM mur/i, 
frequent (Lee), 1 Sa. 3:i. Pu. 
6roAen down, Neh. 1:3. Hith. 
breaking loose, 1 Sa. 25: 10. 
}"HS m. — I. violent, lawless, person. 
— II. wild beast, Isa. 35:9. 

m m. (pi. ewb, nirjf).— i. 

breach in a wall. — II. overflowing 
of water. — III. sudden calamity. — 
IV. p. n. of a man; patron. 

Yl^t? m., probably, creek, marg. 
(breach, Eng. Ver.), Jud. 5: 17. 

DIB I. paMed of, with bvj?, Gen. 27 : 
40. — II. tore in pieces, Ps. 7:3. — 
III. rescued. Pi. p"l2 I. fore in 
pieces. — II. pulled off, Ex. 32:2. 
Hith. plSnn I- was broken off, 
Eze. 19:12.-11. pulled off from 
himself. 

prig Ch., 6rea& of, Dan. 4:24. 

p!B m. (Kri plD without authority), 
fragments, Isa. 65:4. 

p"\B m. — I. tearing in pieces, prey, 
Nah. 3: 1. — II. cross way, Obad. v. 
14. 

np."13D f., vertebra of the neck, 1 Sa. 
'4:18. 

"*nJD de/£, divided; inf. abs. "113. Pil. 
VHS c/e/f, Ps. 74:13- Hithpo. 
was cloven, Isa. 24:19. Pilp. 
"13"13 shattered, agitated, the mind, 
Job 16:12. Hiph. I^PI, "IDPI; 
with pause "1DH I. broke a cove- 
nant or command. — II. frustrated. 
— III. annulled. — IV. withdrew, 
broke off. Hoph. "IS H was dis- 
annulled. 



8H3 (fut. BhB*). — I. spread.— II. 
stretched out the hands. — III. gwe, 
assisted, Pro. 31:19. — IV. seized, 
Lam. 1:10.— V. orofce, like D"lQ- 

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Niph. was scattered, Eze. 17:21. 
Pi. KH3, with pause KHS I. spread 
out the hands. — II. scattered. 
t^~lSp m. — I. expansions of, Job 36: 
29. — II. sail of a ship, Eze. 27 : 7. 

K/'lS mark distinctly, Lev. 24:12. 
Niph. scattered, Eze. 34:12; see 
KHQ' Pu. KHS I. was marked out 
distinctly, Num. 15:34. — II. made 
dear, Neh. 8 : 8. Hiph. stung, Pro. 
23:32. 

BHa Ch., the same. Pa. part. BhBB 
made clear. 

Bha m. (with suff. itnS) dwngr. 

nt^'lS) f ., distinct account, Est. 4:7; 

T TT ' 

10:2. 

BHS m., pi. Q s ^-13 Aoraw; ^JJ3 

TT.* r 'TT * ..C. - 

D^KHSn horsemen. 

. * TT ~ , 

KH2, const. &/HS m., horseman; pi. 

TT. ~T * 

|jphe,(jjyftj6)m. Heb. and Ch., 
copy of a writing, Ezra only. 

fni?h© or njnipha *«?, as 

some render, podex, as others, Jud. 
3:22. 

TE7*")D spreading, Job 26:9 
tfri^KHS) p.n., a son of Haman. 

t t: - ;- r 

mQ p.n., the river Euphrates, Ev- 

(ppdrrjg- 
HIS; see H")Q- 

T ' 

D Ur\ IS m. pi., chiefs, nobles. 

ML/ 2 spread itself (an eruption), Le- 
viticus only. 

y£?£3 stepped, trod, with 3, Isa. 27:4. 



ytya ( 216 ) 

y'^Q m., a step, 1 Sa. 20:3. 

nj$B» U buttocks, 1 Chron. 19:4. 
it ; ■ 
pl^JD opened, expanded, Pro. 13:3. 

Pi. the same, Eze. 16 : 25. 
W% spreading; see 6M3- 
n^B Pi. tore to pieces, Lam .3:11. 
"Vini^S p.n. of a man. 
WE) (fut. D^3.— I- stripped off his 
' d re ss.— II. spread, extended itself, 

with % ?» £8 Pi ' *' r W ed aw " 
o*/ier. " Hiph. ' I. rtnpped anoi/ier. 
II. «Uniied t within. Hith. strip- 
ped himself, 1 Sa. 18:4 



nna 

nnD was silly, Den. 11:16, Job31 : 
27. Niph. was persuaded, enticed. 
Pi. I. Zcti to folly, persuaded, en- 
ticed— -II. deceived— III. used fair 
words to. Pu. pass, of Pi. Hiph. 
(fut. apoc. Jjl5£) declared /ooteA, 
idolatrous, with ?, Gen. 9:27. 

^•in3 p.n. of a man. 

>n£>, with pause »H| m. (pi. D"n?. 
D^nS).— I- ignorant.— II. /ooto/i. 
— III. >%, Pro. 1:22. 

IPS m. Ch., breadth. 

nVnS f., /o«V, Pro. 9:13. 



nin^seenna; nina.seenna. 

WBffi I. refcetfed, refcetfed ag-ains*, with HHS (fut. nna".).- 1. opened.-II. 
Lw»«*» or,ri a. — II. transgressed. \ uttered, opened his mouth. — Ill 

opened the ears, Isa.50:5.— IV 



finnS and f — n. transgressed 
Niph. transgressed against, Pro. 
18: 19. . 

y^Q m. (withsuff. W* i P 1 - D ^? } 
" J-I. refreZKon. — il. transgression, 
sin. — III. injury (by loss), Ex 
22:8. 
1^9 Ch., interpreted, explained. Pa 
the same. 
-^S m. Ch., interpretation. 
7$k m. Heb., the same, Ecc. 8:1. 

nn^? m.-I. ^^.-11. linen. 
nnWis f , « lamp-wick of flax, Isa. 
T 42':3;43:17;(pl.D^S)Zme«, 

Ex. 9:31. 

na, D^na, see nna ; na, see rrtB- 

dwjb; see^na- 

D'KnB suddenly ; see yn|- 

^HB m. Heb. and Ch., portion o/ 

food, mess. 
DSHD m. Ch.— I. decree. — II. royal 
T tetter.- Ill- <**"«; Heb. decree, 
sentence. 



cte/* a rocfc, Ps. 105:41.- V. 
loosened, untied, Isa. 14:17.— VI. 
brought out for sale.- VII. drew 
a word, Ps.37:14. Niph. too* 
opened, unloosed. Pi. L opened, 8fc, 
as Kal. — II- carved, engraved. 
Pu. engraven. Hith. loose thy. 
self, Isa. 52:2. 
nnS Ch., opened. 

nna m.(with suff. inna ; pi. t^nna, 

" ; - n n q) . — 1 . opening, gateway, 
entrance.-!!, door or gate; nnBf 

nna, nnnan to the gate. 

nna" m., "opening-, laying open, Ps. 
119:130. 

nin^na f. pi., drawn swords> Ps ' 

55:22. 
pi-ma m., engraving", carving-, 
finna, const, finna m., opening of 

the mouth. 
iVnna p-n. of a man. 
nnao m., key. 



nns 



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riDQp m., opening the lips, Pro. 8: 6. 

A^HS m., "stomacher," Eng.Ver., 
Isa. 3:24, meaning uncertain. 

/ilS. Niph. was twisted with, strug- 
gled together, Gen. 30:8. Hith. 
struggled against, Ps. 1 8 : 27 ; ?3F)Jn 
for^ann the same, 2 Sa. 22:27. 

T^HS m. — I. lace, thread, cord. — II. 
string for a signet-ring. — III. plate 
of gold. — IV. cloth for a cover, 
Nu. 19:15. 

^'npriS m., perverse, Deu. 32:5. 

^•1F)33 m., struggles, Gen. 30:8. 
Ofl3 p.n., a city of Egypt in the 
vicinity of Goshen, probably Da- 
mietta. 



3V 



m., an asp. 
jRSP m., threshold of a door, gate, fyc. 

yHi) m. — I. suddenness. — II. adv. sud- 
denly; ynD3 the same. 
Dfc$ri3 adv., suddenly, immediately ; 
DKn32 the same; DNH3 jmS3, 
'3 jinpb and VJIQ^ '2 'the same; 
'3 ins sudden fear. 

inS (fut. *\F\p]) interpreted, explained, 
Gen. chaps. 40 and 41 only. 
PIPS m., interpretation, Gen. chaps. 

40 and 41 only. 
"VlIlS p.n., the country of the pro- 
phet Balaam, probably Petra. 

DHPSl p. n., some nation bordering 
upon Egypt; D^p^HS) its inha- 
bitants. 

j.y^nS) same as |JgHS- • 

nnS) broke to pieces, Lev. 2 : 6. 
ns'f. (with suff. *n3; pi. D^3), a 

piece, piece of bread. 
niriB m., the same, Eze. 13:19. 



Sttf, wi th 



PI parag. ilKV Kal imp , 
from N¥\ 
Hi<)f excrement; see XW- 

O /Ni m. pi., trees in dry places, 
shady bushes, Job 40:21, 22. 

|X¥ (flK?) com. — I. coll. sheep or 

goats. — II. a flock of sheep or goats. 

— III. a people (the flock of God). 

PXV p. n., a city in the tribe of 

Judah; called also p¥. 

Dn*¥K¥; see&W 

ntfV Kal inf., from N¥*. 

3S, D^V ; see 33*. 

5> Jib I. assembled for war, fought. — II. 
assembled for a service, performed 
it. Hiph. marshalled an army. 

&o¥ m. (pi. rnxnv, D^nv p s . 103 : 

21). — I. an army. — II. any mul- 
titude; fcOtfn »fcWN soldiers; lb 
fcOtfil commander in chief. — III 
warfare, military service. — IV. 
any appointed service or trial, 
&DW7] &m the host of heaven, 

• - t - t : J ' 

i.e. — 1. the stars. — 2. the angels; 

ntanv »n$K, '* rrirp the Lord 

t : •• v; t : 

of Hosts, one of the titles of God; 
see also D»K3¥, niKlV in ^V 

• t : t : • : 

under HIV. 
D^hV, D^nV p- n., one of the cities 
of the plain destroyed with Sodom. 

KH^ Ch., wished, was willing. 
•12V f- Ch., determination, resolution, 
Dan. 6:18. 

J^V (Arab. Aid, concealed). 
!1¥ m. — I. a covered waggon; pL 
D^V- — II- a hind of lizard, Lev. 
11:29. 

15 



nnv 



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nnv 



i"Q2¥ p. n. of a woman. 

T " r 

PQV same as Kn¥; part. Hl'V I. 

T T T T . 

waging war. — II. burst, Nu. 5:27. 

Hiph. caused to burst, Nu. 5:22. 
i-QV m., rOJf f., swelling, Nu. 5:21. 
^V m - — !• beauty, ornament, honour. 

' — n. an antelope ; pi. D^2¥, 

fTOV f-i s ^ e antelope. 
ITQV p. n. of a woman. 

t : • r 

&02¥ p. n. of a man. 

t : • r 

tO!HC took up in his hand, Ru. 2: 14. 

- T 

JDV ( Arab - rf ^- 

yiV Ch. Pa. dyed, made wet. Hith. 

was dyed. 
V5V m., a dyed dress, Jud. 5:30. 
JjtolS m., hycena, Jer. 12:9 (Arab. 

hycena). 
D^hV p. n., a valley and town of 

Benjamin. 

}isp¥ p- n > a son °f Seu "- 

y?V^ f - (wi* suff - ^?V§J P 1 - 
hfeaV^).— L a finger.— 11. a foe. 
— III. £/ie /land. — IV. a dig-if. Ch. 
the same. 

^5? ( fut - ^V?)-— l - leaped up.— II. 
/aid wp, treasured up. 
DH2V m. pi., /leaps, 2 Ki. 10: 8. 

j"Q¥ (Arab, took in his hand). 
rm m., pi. D^niV handfuls, Ru. 
*2:16. 

"Tl¥ (Arab, turned the face away). 
-Vi m. (with suff. nr$; pi. D^?). 
— I. side, with H parag. HTi *° 
the side; Itfp a* Me side; *"i¥ ?JJ 
the same. — II. adversary, Jud. 2:3. 
1^ m. Ch. side; 1X12 at the side; 
Ttf? against. 



"nV P- n > a town in the north of 

Palestine. 
D^V p. n., a town of Naphtali. 

(T1V laid wait for, Ex. 21 : 13. Niph 
was destroyed, Zep. 3:6. 
fc'HV m. Ch., perverseness, Dan. 3: 14. 
H*l V f-> ly^g in wait, Nu. 35 : 20, 22. 

pif (fut. P1V?)- — I- M;a * righteous^ 
equitable. — II. acted justly. — III. 
was in the right. — IV. was acknow- 
ledged to be just, in the right. 
Niph. was purified, exculpated, 
Dan. 8:14. Pi. justified, cleared, 
himself or another. Hiph. — I. 
did justice. — II. gave judgment in 
favour of, acquitted. — III justified 
before God, Ex. 23:7. Hith. fut. 
pi. p^tOV? cleared himself, Gen 
44: 16. 

jTtt m. (with suff. *1pnV)- — I- truth. 
— II. fairness, equity. — III. a just 
cause. — IV. acquittal, justification. 
V. righteousness. 

HpTV f- — !■ truth, equity. — II. a just 
cause or claim. — III. righteous- 
ness. — IV. favor, approbation. 

np^V f. Ch., equity, righteousness. 

p^Ttf m. — I. righteous. — II. having a 
just cause. — III. innocent. — IV. 
true, Isa. 41: 26. 

pHV p. n. of a man. 

WJvHV, n'pny p. n.— I. Zedekiah 
king of Judah. — II. also of other 
men. 

•qnpT? Eze. 16:52. Pi. int., with 
' suff. and f. termination, from p*T¥. 

illy. Hoph. part. nn?E of a gold 
colour, Ezr. 8:27. 
2hV m., red. 



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pIV 



I. /Hi i. neighed. — 2. shouted for 
joy. Pi. shouted for joy or sorrow, 
with 7*1p. — II. same as 1HT. Hiph. 
/*nVC caused to shine, Ps. 104: 
15. ' 
!"Pnyp f., neighing. 

")m¥ same as "int. Hiph. made the 

fine oil called "li"lV\ Job 24 : 11 . 

"IHV m. — I. a light, window, fyc. — II. 

noon. 
"iny*. m. — I. fine olive oil. — II. p.n. 
of a man; patron. v "]nV > < 
IV, IV; see .11*. 

T ~ 

Kl¥ m., ./?/%, Zee. 3 :3, 4. 
n«W f., filth, dung. 
HXV f., excrement. 

T '• 

")NJ¥, 1^, const. TOW m. (pi. 

Dnwv, nsw; nWtf-iv) nec&, 

shoulder, back; Ch. the same. 
D^'n-IV m. pi., the neck, Cant. 4: 9. 
IKftt, niS* or 'V DTK p. n., a city 
and district of Syria. 

II A hunted, pursued, watched for, men 
or animals. Pil. T11V ensnare, 
beguile. Hith. 1*^iVl (see TV) 
furnished ivith provisions, Jos. 9: 
12. 

TV, const. TV m. — I. hunting. — II. 
game, prey. — III. provisions (of 
any kind). 

HTV, HIV f., provisions. 

TV rn., hunter, Jer. 16:16. 

flTV P-n., Zidon, a city of Phenicia; 
tflȴ m., ITOTS f., a Zidonian. 

1VD m. (pi. lYHVp) fortress, strong 
place. 

T¥» m. "1 —I. prey. —II. net. — III. 

HTVD f. J /or<re««. 



TVD m., hunter's net, Job 19:6. 
HTVD, ?mi? f.— I. prey.— II. net 
— III. fortress. 

Pfi¥. Pi. my (fut. njv'.j a P oc. \p m 

imp. JTV ; apoc. IV). — I. com- 
manded, gave orders, with ?]), ?X, 
? — II. appointed. — III. caused, i.e. 
appointed a thing; 1JV3 ?K H-IV 
ne gave his last orders to his house, 
2 Sa. 17:23. Pu. iTV was com- 

T \ 

manded. 
1V, IV rn., precept, command. 
J-VV m. — I. sepulchral monument. — 

II. way mark, Jer. 31:21. 
nWft f. (pi. DIVD) command, precept. 

M] A shouted for joy, Isa. 42 : 1 1 . 
nniV f., cry 0/ sorrow. 

/v£ (Arab. % Aid) ; see 7^V san&. 
H>1V f., Me deep, Isa. 44:27. 
H>1V», rfevp f., depth (of the 
sea, &c.) 

D1V m. (pi. ntoiV) fasting. 

yj\£ (Arab, formed, designed). 
D^pgJC m. pi., 'V Hfc>gD carvings, 
2 Chron. 3:10. 
-|}ttV, *ty-1V; see "tyV. 

^ ¥ /owed, Lam. 3 : 54. Hiph. fpVH 
I. cawsed Jo /ow. — II. caused to 
y?oa?. 
P)-1V m. — I. honey-comb. — II. fj-IV, 
?1>V, »BTC p.n., the son of Elka- 
nah. 
!"ISV f., overflowing, Eze. 32:6. 
nDVGV f., a willow, Eze. 17:5. 
pV; see pV- 

I. pi A* same as pVJ ^owr, Job 28:2; 
29:6. 



piv 



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rPV 



II. pV£ was in difficulty, Dan. 9:25. 
Hiph. p^H *■ urged, constrained. 
— II. distressed. 
njJlS f., distress. 



ni^P f., fortress, citadel, mound. 
"Vli, DWlS; see TKJV. 

T - * T " 

rfl¥: Hiph. n»VD *' o" fi re - Isa - 27 

4; same as HV^- 



I I|>1 i 1. 1 UWHCM. ~» "T 

plXD m., restraint, difficulty, trouble, J-|j-^ root not used; Ch. tfiirtfed 
j>1X» m.— I. ptMars, supports.— II. n T j-,^ m ^ parc hed, Isa. 5 : 13. 

peaks,projectionsofrocks,l Sa.l4:5. ^^^ p n of a man . 
P^D with pause p^m.,co^rainf; L^ ^,^^.4.7. 

see also in pV^- 



Hp-l^P f., restraint, difficulty, trouble. 

"fli I. formed, fashioned.— II. fied w/> 

TO(m et/.— HI. surrounded. — IV. 

overlaid. — V. acted hostilely. — VI. 

besieged, with ?JJ, ?$•• 

-iw m. (pi. nm, onv).— i. « ™*. 

II. a refuge (applied to God). — 

III. a stone, Isa. 8:14. — IV. a 
sharp stone used as a knife, Jos. 
5:2,3.-- V. edge of a sword, Ps. 
89 :44.— VI. form, figure, Ps. 49 : 
15 —VII. p. n. of a man. 
-V* m.— I. a rock, Eze. 3:9. — II. a 

knife, Ex. 4:25. 
■fiX "ft p. n., Tyre, the capital of 

Phenicia,Ti>poc; ^a Tyrian. 
m-1¥ f., form, figure, Eze. 43 : 1 1. 
^feO>1S p.n. of a man. 
WJB^W {my rock is the Almighty), 

p. n. of a man. 
"PX m. — I. figure, image, Isa. 45: 16. 
— II. hinge, Pro. 26:14.— III. 
pangs of a woman in labour; see 
also in loc. 
"Vtf m m¥ f., narrow, small, close; 

T ' TT 

see also in "n¥« 

1¥ p.n.,atowninthe tribe of Naphtali. 

*Yl¥f3 m. — I. restraint. — II. siege. — 
III. mound of besiegers.— IV. mu- 
nition, citadel.— V. p.n., Egypt, 
same as D?!¥P» wnicn see - 



nVm., nnV f-— L hot > burning.— 
II. bright, white.— III. distinctly, 
plainly, Isa. 32:4. 

posed, Neh. 4:7. 
m^nv m., pi. CS^nny dry places, 
Neh.4:7. 

nrvnv f-» a v archp d lan d> Ps - 68:7. 

rnin^'n^ f. pi., dry places, Isa. 58 : 

t : _ 
11. 

]Pl¥ (Arab, was hot). 
nin^ f., the heat of putrefaction, 
T stench, Joel 2: 20. 

pPl¥ laughed, with *?• Pi. PDV I. 
" made laughter, joked.— -II. toughed 

aJ, insulted, with ^l« 
phV m., laughter, ridicule. 

pnv*. pnb^. p- n -> ^ aac » tne son °* 

Abraham and Sarah ; LXX. 
\ockxk. 
IH^ m., whiteness, Eze. 27: 18. 
*l'nV m., white, Jud. 10: 5. 
"His p. n. of a man. 
feO*¥ p.n. of a man. 
T¥,Vn% TV, frP* i *ee TO- 

iT¥ root not used; (Arab, drought). 
*V m. (see HJV). a ****»»• P L ^^ 

n s^ f._I. drought, Job 24: 19.— II 

T parched land, wilderness. 



O^V m - Pl«i inhabitants of the desert, 

men or beasts. 
}VV m., parched land. 
\V$\ see !W 

]i b V f. (citadel), p. n., Zion, the well 
known hill on and around which 
Jerusalem was built. 
)% IV P- n -> tne desert between Ca- 
naan and the land of Edom. 
pW fetters; see p3V- 
"IJ^V P- n -» a town of Judah. 
j^¥ (pret.^ ; fut.YW).—l. flowered. 
— II. flourished. Hiph. looked 
cheerfully, Cant. 2:9. 
PV m.— I. a flower; pi. D^VV-— U- 
anything shining, plate of metal. — 
III. plumage, wings. — IV. p. n. of 
a place. 
TIT? L, flower, Is*. 28:4. 
JVV^V &— I. lock of hair, Eze. 8:3 — 
— II. fringe, Nu. 15:38,39. 

&£*¥» &P% ApV p- n -» a cit > T of the 

Philistines in the land of Simeon. 

*") ¥ Kal not used; (Arab. went). 
Hith. TtpVO prepared for a jour- 
ney, Jos. 9:4. 
TV rn., person sent on a journey, mes- 
senger; see also in "V)¥- 

b% n^v, W>¥ ; see 77s. 

fc^/V Ch. Pa. prayed. 
H/^ roasted, Isa. 44: 16,19. 

T T 

v^ m., roasted. 

W?)£, JlpV (fut. r6v?)-— I. crowed a 
rwr. — II. fell upon, descended, 

with 7JJ, ^>K III. advanced, 

flourished. — IV. was useful, fit, with 
7. Hiph. rivVH I. made to pros- 



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/;tr, with 7 — II. accomplished. — 

III. w>as prosperous. 
n?V Ch. Aph. n?VD I- wia^e pros- 

perous. — II. was prosjjerous. 
nirPV f. pi., dishes. 

n*ni7V i"-> a d ^» 2 Ki. 2:20. 

nnpX f., the same. 

I. 7/S 1. san& in the water, Ex. 15: 

- T ' 

10.— 11. became shaded, N eh. 13: 19. 
Hiph. part. 7VP giving shade, 
Eze. 31:3. 

7-17 V 6^V) m -» a 6ar % caAe, Jud. 
7 : 13. 

7^>v m. (with suff. i^V; P 1 - Q^V. 

y7V)> a shadow. 
?V m « (with suff. n?V)-" — '* a shadow. 

— II. dusk. — III. shelter, protection. 
n?V P n > Zillah, the wife of Lamech. 
HVO^V rn., shadow of death, applied 

to any thick darkness. 
y3P7Vp-n-» a king of the Midianites. 
"01377 V (with art.), p. n. of a man. 
H?VP r -» shady place. 

II. 7/¥ I. tingled (of the ears).— II. 
quivered (of the lips), Hab. 3:16. 

?'i?V» const. ?V?V m - — I. a cymbal. — 
II. a species of locust, D eu. 28:42. 
— III. tumult of an army or 
shadowing; see I. 77¥ Isa. 18:1. 
— IV. harpoon, Job 40:31. 

DvVf'Vj P L const - ^V^V cymbals. 

ri^VP U pi. riiWP- — I- cymbals.— 
II. 'feeto. 

n'?VP f-, dual D^VP paw' o/ «/m- 

U7i root not used; (Arab, was dark). 

U})> m. — I. a shadow, Ps. 39:7.-11 

an imagination, Ps. 73:20. — III 



»W 



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WX 



representation, picture, image. — 
IV. resemblance. 
D?£, D?V m. Ch., an image. 

|iu?¥ (shady ?) p. n., a mountain of 
Ephraim, 



■I. a pair, yoke (of oxen, 
&c). — II. the quantity of land 
ploughed in a day by a yoke of 
oxen. 

P-1E?; see pW2. 



n 3iO?V p. n., one of the stations in HDV (fut. HD?!).— I. shot, grew 

the wilderness. 
njt&S; see in I. hb*. 



]!/¥ part. $f£i f. n^V halting, 
lame. 
V?)> ox., limping, falling, 
lb? f. (const. y!?& j£>¥; with suff. 

iy?V)- — !• a r *°- — H- a />^-wA 

/or wainscoting. — III. aside. — IV. 

side chamber; pi. flly?^; const. 

JT1J/?V side planks, side chambers; 

D^/V folding doors. — V. p. n., 

the town of Benjamin where Saul 

was buried. 
Pj?y p. n. of a man. 
"inSPV p. n. of a man. 
n^p^f p. n., a place in Benjamin. 
bl&X, *?&):, D^vW; see II. W?¥. 

itt : ~ : " I . v 

p?V p. n., one of David's captains. 

^fipV P- n - °f a man. 

X£¥, fut. K»S\ — I. thirsted. — \l. 
earnestly desired. 
KIDS m., H«PV f., fAtrrfy. 
K»"i m., fAirtf." 

T T ' 

IINJOV f., f/wrrt, Jer. 2:25. 

}1K©V m -> thirsty land. 

IDA. Niph. was bound, yoked (to 

idolatry). Pu. tied, fastened, 2 Sa. 

20:8. Hiph. contrived, Ps. 50: 19. 
TIDV m. — I. tied,faste?ied,N\i. 19: 15. 

— II. a iawd, bracelet. 



up. 
— II. flourished. — III. sprang up, 
arose, began. — IV. produced. Pi. 
grew (of hair). Hiph. (fut. ITp?!> 
nipV!D caused to grow, pro- 
duced. 

nDX m. (with suff. nnpV).— I. shoot- 
ing. — II. a shoot. — III. plants. — 
IV. the Branch (a title of Christ). 
riJVDV; see HDS. 

D£D¥ root not used; (Arab, tied); Ch. 
covered. 
i"lE>V f., a woman's veil. 

T ~ 

D^V m - — !• rcoose, swa;-e. — II. de- 
struction. 

pfclX dry (of the breasts), Hos. 9 : 14. 

p-1ft V m., dry grapes; Ital. simmuki. 
*"lft¥ m. (with suff. nDV)» ^oo/. 

>- ]bi* p. n., an unknown people, Gen. 

T 10:18. 
D'HDV p. n., a town of Benjamin. 

J"lQ£ silenced, destroyed, Lam. 3:53. 
Niph. was put to silence. Pi. and 
Hiph. put to silence, destroyed. 
Pilp. nnpV the same. 
riJYTPV f-» perfect silence; JinpVr» 
hlVp y? completely (withoutpower 
of redemption), Lev. 25:23, 30. 

^•innpV Ps. 88:17. PU. pret. pi., 
with suff., from Dft¥. 

|V; see }*?. 



n)DV m. (with suff.npV; pl- DHDV. j *W n .^i see l x *. 



nas 



H|V, D»?V, DW3S; see pS. 

IDA m., watercourse, cataract. 
n^ I dismounted. — II. went down, 
T Jud. 4:21. 

D3¥ part., f. pi. nilMy "withered," 
Eng. Ver.; Gen. 41:23 (meaning 
r.ot very certain). 

D^'tf m. pl.,/ence of thorns, thorns. 
D'O'OV ni. pi., thorns. 
.13 >' f- — L 6ar6 o/ /ioo£, Am. 4:2 — 
II. a shield. — III. a shield-shaped 
vessel used for snow, Pro. 25: 13. 
n:>*}V f., a basket, Ex. 16:33. 
13? same as |JK¥. 

^3¥ rea%, prepared, Pro.l 1 :2. Hiph. 
^eing - ready, Mic. 6:8. 

P|3!£ I. bound, wrapped round, Isa. 
22 : 18. — II. wrapped round the 
head, Lev. 16:4. 

HB3V f-» wrapping, Isa. 22: 18. 
JlQJVP f-» turban worn by the high 
priest. 

py£ root not used; (Arab, fetters). 

prV m-» /«««**, ler. 29:26- 
nilJjlJV f- pi., pipe*, *wfces, Zec.4: 12. 

H#¥ (fut. nj;y?j inf -» with suff-TO?)- 

— 1. walked, advanced. — II. went 
over a country. — III. shot up, Gen. 
49:22. Hiph. caused to walk, 
brought over, Job 18:14. 

1J?¥ m— I. stepping, Pro. 30:29 — 
II. a step, 2 Sa. 6:13. — III. pro- 
gress, action, conduct. 

iTTJJV f -> marching; pi. HH^V ank - 
leis, Isa. 3:20. 

mjTXX f > bracelet. 



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*iJ£VE> m., step, proceeding. 

HJW wandering for plunder, losing 
one's way, perishing. Pi. f!JJ¥ 
plundered, Jer. 48:12. 

5ry¥ m., woman's veil. 

vyV, rn^/v **# te ; see "W*- 

> removed, Isa. 33:20. 
D*33y.? p. n., a city of the Kenites 
in Naphtali. 
\Vy p. n., Zoan, a city of Lower 

Egypt; possibly Tanis. 
D^Vy.V; see yw. 



pj£¥ (fut. pJ?V?) c ried out f° r hel P> 
with ?X, ?. Pi. cried vehemently, 
2 Ki. 2:12. Hiph. cause to 6e 
summoned, 1 Sa. 10:17. Niph. I. 
were called, summoned. — II. as- 
sembled themselves. 
npyV const. T\\>]y$ f., a cry for 
help. 

**fy¥ was small, of little importance. 
"iyV, IJ^iV p. n., one of the cities ofc 

the plain, formerly V7^- 
TV¥ m., iTVJJS f.— I. 'small.— II. 

young. — III. p. n. of a place, 2 Ki. 

8:21. 
liyy Ketib, same as I^V, Jer. 14:3; 

48:4. 
m^y f., smallness, inferiority in age. 

UfVP m -» little > small '> ^V^ /° r « 

/ir^e fime. 
m^JJ-Sp f.| of a small kind, Dan. 
V:9. 
*"!s¥ adhered, cleaved to, Lam. 4:8. 
I. H3^ I. kept watch. — II. looked for, 

T T * 

expected; HDI^ observer, watch- 
man. — III. watched, observed, with 
2, |*3. — IV. plotted against, with 



'B¥ ( 224 ) 

h. Pi. H3V I. kevt watch.— II. 

T ' * 

looked, expected help. 

n*5)y f., watch-tower, Lam. 4:17. 

JVBV f., watch-tower, Isa. 21:5. 

Hay p. n., a town of Canaan, after- 
wards called nD"in. 

t : t 

i"iriQ¥ p. n., a valley near Maresha 
in Judah. 

nSVP m « — '■ watch-tower. — II. p. n., 
a town in Judah. — III. in Moab. 
— IV. in Gad. — V. in Benjamin. — 
VI. a valley in the north of Pales- 
tine. 

nSVP P- n - — !• a town in Gilead, 
same as IJJpiTlBVp. — II. a town 
in Benjamin, same as HByp. 

II. niSV covered, overlaid with wood 
or metal, with 3, ?$. Pu. was 
overlaid. 

riB¥ s. f.; see PJ-1V. 

. T T ' 

iBy, ^V P- n -> a son °* Eliphaz. 

v l'ay m » cover i n S> coat. 
■ fl^pVi P^V P- n - °f a man ; patron. 

pB¥, ^Btf; see j3¥. 
liOV, bnSV; see *1B¥. 

PlS^ (Arab, made broad). 
riB^, flBiV p. n. of a man. 
nnBV f., a dish, vessel. 
JVn^BV f., flat cake, cake. 

jpev, ni^DV; see yav- 
TfiV, rry^Vi see ^ e ^- 

n»BV; see HS*. 



1BV 



1. hid, concealed. — II. excluded, 
Job 17:4. — III. laid up, treasured 
up. — IV. lay hid, lay in wait, with 
*?; part. |-1BV a secret, treasure, 
one hidden (of God). Niph. I. was 



hidden, with jK). — II. was laid up t 
destined for, with ?• Hiph. hid. 
}iaV com. (hidden, dark quarter). — I. 
the north. — II. the north wind; 
b flBV, ? pB-yft noithward of any 
where; nJIBV towards the north; 
rDiatfS the same; iU'lBSD /rom 

T T - [ TIT* 

the north; with ? /rom the north 
of any where. — II. p. n., a town of 
Gad; see also pay same as jVBV 
in II. HB'tf; see also in PJJ3. 

, T T ' " ~ 

•01BV m., northern, Joel 2:20. 

PB¥ (j-lBV) m., treasure. 

n^BV, -in^BV (w^om Me Lord AaM 
hidden), p. n. — I. Zephaniah, the 
prophet; LXX. 2o<poviag. — II. 
other men. 

payTD m., hidden place, Obad. v. 6. 
D.-ffi-l TUB]* the Egyptian title of Jo- 
seph'; its meaning altogether un- 
known, Gen. 41:45. 

J^5V m -> basilisk, Isa. 14:29. 
^iyay m. (pi. D^'yaV) the same. 

JT£V m., pi. D^ay dung, Eze. 4: 15. 

n^ay f., pi. rvijray, «issue," 

Eng. Ver., Isa. 22:24.' 

t|§¥. PS. P]ya>» I. chirped (as a bird), 
Isa. 10: 14, &c. — II. spoke in a low 
voice. 

navay; see sj-iv- 

"")£)¥ hastened (fut. 1BV), Jud. 7:3. 

"PBV m., g~oa£, he-goat. 

"VBy m. Ch., the same. 

rrVB^ f. — 1. a awn, Isa. 28:5. — II. 
t • : 

"morning," Eng. Ver., Eze. 7:7, 
10 ; sense uncertain. 
"HSy com. (pi. D'HBy).— 1. a bird.- 
II. specially, a spairow. — III. p.n. 
the father of Balaam the prophet 



ID* 



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mv 



"13V com. Ch., a bird. 
mby p. n., the wife of Moses. 
JJT13V com., a frog. 
pS>V m. — I. nail of the finger. — II. 
point of the graver. 

psy, rings? see r ^^- 

HS^ f., capital of a pillar, 2 Chrcn. 

' 3:15. 
D V W; see PV- 
p* Kal imp., from p*». 
3?j5S same as Aj?**. 

ji?PV m., /iU5/£, 2. Ki. 4:42 

npv' Kal inf., from p¥». 

"Hf," TO, "IX see TW; IV. ''I?, see 

J ]^ . Niph. was scorched, Eze. 21:3. 
nn"l¥ f — I. burning, Pro. 16:27.— 

V VT ° 

II. inflammation, Lev. 13 : 23, 28. 
P"IT}¥ p. n., a town of Manasseh ; 

T iTTTtf, jrn.V the same. 
m T V s. T f.'; see'TlV- 

**1V, ^1V 5 w i tn pause *")¥ m., mastich, 
the gum from the pistachia len- 
tiscus. 
^")V p. n., same as 'Hy.; see IJt*. 
fT-m, nnV p.n.,' the mother of 
Joab. 
1*m same as VM 

PH¥ shouted, Zep. 1 : 14. Hiph. the 
same, Isa. 42: 13. 
PP1S m., a /ws7i tower. 

n*Y!£ m., need, necessity, 2 Chron. 2 : 15. 

JTJC, part. J£TO and Pu. part. Fptt? 
m , nyi^p f., struck with leprosy. 
ny-1")V p.n., the mother of Jeroboam. 
nV"}V p.n., a town of the Danites 
T in Judah; »jny, ^JIJH? a Zara- 



ny^V f., coll. wasps, hornets. 

njm f. (with suff. injm) fAe fe. 

prosy. 

fcpy (fut. tpV*). — I. re/ined metals.— 

II. purified a person's character. — 

III. tried a person's character; 
part. Fp¥ refiner, goldsmith, silver- 
smith; Vfiiy purified, pure. Niph. 
shall be purified, Dan. 12 : 10. Pi. 
part. Sp.yp goldsmith, Mai. 3: 
2,3. 

"•Q")^ (with art.), p. n. of a man. 
nQIJi p.n., a town between Tyre 
and Zidon; 'Sd.peTrra, with H 

loc. nmsnv. 

t - :|t 

Pp.yp m., crucible. 

1 }i I. tied or found up. — II. acted 
hostilely to. — III. was straitened; 
part. Yl¥ an adversary ; impers. 
v ~1V 7 am distressed, grieved, 
concerned for some one, with ?]}_• 
Niph. TOn (inf. 1VH) distressed. 
Pu. part. T}Vp. 

")¥, with pause "l¥ m. — I. difficulty, 
adversity, distress; f. !"!")¥; v *VV3 
w>Aen 7 am in distress. — II. enemy, 
besieger. — III. rival; with art. 
ntfPI; with suff. n*; pi. D^S.— 
IV. rock; see "VI ¥• 

H"!^ f., enemy, adversary; with H 
parag. v il rn-¥2 when I am in 
trouble. 

V)?, nhs m. (pi. nvri?).— i. a 

bundle. — II. a Sag" of money. — 
III. a small stone, a particle, grain. 
— IV. p. n. of a man. 
"iVlp m., restraint, trouble. 

rfni; seenmv. 

T ... T ... 

JY}¥ p.n. of a man. 



nTi 



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mp 



nn^H T\~\$ P- n -> a town °* Reuben. 



tfp vomit; see Kip. 

DKp for Dj5 Kal pret., from D-1p. 

DKj? Ch. Pe. part., from Dip. 

HXp (with art. T\i$T\ ; const. rtKp f.), 

a pelican or heron, not certain 

which. 

^Qp cursed; imp. with suff. and J 

epenth.i^i?; with PI parag. PDj?. 

np m., a measure, the sixth part of 

"n«D, 2Ki.6:25. 
H3p t, alcove, tent, Nu. 25 : 8, again 
iii the same verse r\T)2p ?K « in 

t t 't: 

feer alcove" (Lee), generally inter- 
preted of the person of the 
woman. 

nib, nnnp ; see npi 

i"Op root not used; (Arab, stomach). 

H2P f., the stomach, Deut. 18:3. 
fQp (pronounced kobdh), Kal imp. with 
H parag., from lip. 

73p. Pi. 72p I. accepted. — II. took. 

I — III. undertook, Est. 9:23,27. 

Hiph. taking hold of. 
?5p Ch. Pa., received, took. 
?1p prep., 6e/ore, Me /nmf, 2 Ki. 

T 15 : 10. 
72p m. (with suff. i72|3 or 

opposing, Eze. 26:9. 
7lp, 7n£ m. Ch., Me /ron*; 7lj^ 

1. in front of. — 2. in consideration 

of; with ^ in consequence of; 

nil 7lp"?3 all before that, i. e. 

for this reason, therefore; 73p"72 

"'"'l because. 



*» 



IJZlp Kal imp. with suff. and 3 epenth., 
from 32P. 

yllp forsook, neglected. 
))2\p m., a helmet. 
TtyJZp f., a drinking cup, Isa. 51: 
Hi 22. 

V5p C0 ^ ec ^>£ a Mere<itog-e£/ier. Niph. 
were assembled, assembled them- 
selves. Pi. I. collected. — II. ac- 
quired. Pu. was gathered together, 
Eze. 38 : 8. Hith. assembled them- 
selves. 

HV2p f., collection, heap, Eze. 22:20. 

^•13p m., company, troop, Isa. 57 : 13. 

D)V?i? (two heaps), p. n., a town in 
Ephraim. 

7»pj?, 7«V4B* P- n - a town of 
Judah. 

13P (fut. -I3p?) and Pi. 13J3 6wried. 
Niph. and Pu. was buried. 
"lip m., burial place, sepulchre, 
'*' with suff. hlj? ; pi. Dnnp, n.2p ; 

nnnp, n'raj?. 

Hl^rin JYI-Qp (Me graves of lust); 
p. n., a place in the wilderness of 
Sinai, Nu. 11: 34. 

rn-np const, irvap, m_2p f.— i. 

burial. — II. burial place. 
Tip bowed his head; fut. lp\ 
mp f., cassia. 

liplp m. (with suff. Hp-Ip), crown 
0/ the head. 
BJVljJ; see 6^1p. 

n*lp I. struck, kindled a fire. — II. 
a fire was kindled. 

fiD^I? f-, a fever. 

rnpK m., a precious stone, the car- 
buncle, Isa. 54: 12. 



dtp 



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KHp 



U ]p. Pi. Dip I. preceded, came be- 
fore. — II. came upon, against. — 
III. hastened, was early, Ps. 119: 
147. Hiph. I. anticipate, Job 
41:3. — II. come upon any one of 
misfortune, Am. 9:10. 

D"l|? m. {that which precedes). — 1. 
adv., before, in place. — II. s., the 
east; DTp Y~)$ and ^!P. the east, 
i. e. eastern country; nftlp to- 
wards the east; DlpO from the 
east; with P from the eastward of 
any place; DID "02 Mose to the 
east of Palestine. — III. antiquity ; 
D"lpD from of old ; adv. formerly ; 
Y~)\£ "'Pip the ancient ones of the 
earth. 

DHp m. — I. the east. — II. the east 
wind; HD^p eastward. 

D^D-Hp m. pi., the ancients, Jud. 
5:21. 

Dip, Dip Ch.— I. before.— II. Dip ID 

t': t't: ' t't: • ■ 

from the presence, power of, by 

order of. 
HDlp f. — I. former condition. — II. 

origin, Isa. 23:7. — III. const. 

npip before (in time), Ps. 129:6. 
HDlp f. Ch., former state or time; 

T m nmp |P before. 
HKnp f., const. np*]p eastward of 

any place. 
!"lQ*lp p. n., a son of Ishmael. 
nito*ljp p. n., a town of the Reuben- 

ites. 
"»P*7p m. Ch., first, former. 
?&Op*lj2 p. n. of a man. 
flDlp' m., iTJlDlp f., eastern, Eze. 

47:8. 
Cblp m. — I. eastern. — II. former, 

ancient; pi. D"0blp ancestors; f. 



HI "ib*] p former thimrs. — III. p.n. 
of a man. 
TpTP crown of head; see Tip. 

1 [0 I. was dark, black, darkened. — 
II. was gloomy, distressed; Tip 
darkening, mourning. Hiph. made 
dark, Eze. 31:15; 32:7,8. Hith 
became dark, 1 Ki. 18:45. 

Tip {blackness), p.n., Kedar, the son 
of Ishmael and his descendants; 
Tip "0 3. */te sons o/ Kedar. 

jlTJp p. n., Kedron, a brook which 
flows by Jerusalem. 

n-ITIp f., darkness, Isa. 50:3. 

JVpTlp adv., mournfully, Mai. 3: 14. 

£Hp, £Hp (fut.£>*l|T).— l.hallowed, 
consecrated. — II. rendered sacred, 
set apart from, Isa. 65:5. Niph. 
I. was made holy, Ex. 29:43. — II. 
was reverenced, with 3. Pi. S^lp 
I. hallowed, set apart. — II. reve- 
renced, Deu. 32:51 . — III. kept holy. 
— IV. rendered sacred by contact, 
Eze. 44: 19. — V. purified by rites. 
— VI. appointed a religious ser- 
vice. — VII. prepared, Mic. 3:5. 
Pu. was consecrated, 8fc. pass, of 
Pi. Hiph. I. hallowed. — II. re- 
verenced. — III. purified. — IV. pre- 
pared. Hith. I. made himself to 
be reverenced. — II. was celebrated 
(a festival). — III. purified himself. 
— IV. kept himself pure. 

U}\7p T , BHg m.— I. holy, pure (of 
God, angelB, and men). — II. sacred, 
set apart to God; pi. D^'iTp. 

S^lp m. Ch., holy. 

£Hp, fcriip m. (with suff. *&hj?; pi. 
D»BH£ or D>KHj?, const. Wg). 
— I. holiness. — II. that which u 



vnr> 



consecrated to God, holy; £Hp 
D*BHp. Holy of Holies (the place 
within the vail of the tabernacle 
and temple). 

Wlp m. (one devoted to an idol). — I. 
Sodomite or, perhaps, priest of 
Baal-peor. — II. f. T]Wlp a harlot. 
III. BHg, JQTja Bhj? p* n., a city 
of the wilderness, between Edom 
and Egypt. 

£Hp p. n. — I. a town of Judah. — II. 
of Naphtali. — III. of Issachar, 
called also |*VK>p. 

EHpJ? (£H|?P) m.— I. sanctuary (the 
tabernacle or temple). — II. sacred 
thing, part, Nu. 18:29. — III. asy- 
lum (place of safety). 

'nnD were set on edge (of teeth). 

T |T 

Pi. nnp became blunt (of an in- 
strument), Ecc. 10:10. 
nnp p. n., Kohath, the son of Levi; 
patron, ^HHp. 

7)lp. Hiph. ^npn called together, 
summoned. Niph. assembled them- 
selves. 

^Hp m. — 1. a meeting.— II. assem- 
T blage, multitude. — III. 'jPH the con- 
gregation of Israel. 

rb[}\> p. n., a station of Israel in the 
wilderness. 

nVilj? f., assembly. 

rbr\p m. (f., Ecc. 7:27), p n. 
(preacher), applied to Solomon in 
the book of Ecclesiastes; LXX. 
l/dcX^ffiaorr/c. 

D^nj?)? m. pi., congregations, as- 
semblies. 

nVpnpP f. pi.— I. the same.— II. 
p. n., a station in the wilderness. 



( 228 ) i«P 

1J5, Dip; see nip. 

Kip I. vomited.— II. expelled with dis 
gust. Hiph. fcOpn the same. 
Np m., a vomit, Pro. 26:11 
tOp m., the same. 

\r?\P\> m., " shameful spewing," Eng. 
Ver.; Hab. 2:16. 
yi'ip; see JDp. 
(Up /iope</ in, waited for; part. Hip. 

Pi. nip (inf. nip, nip; fut. nip>, 

Ip" 1 ). — I. trusted in, expected, with 
7N, 7. — II. watched for evil, 
plotted against. Niph. assembled 
themselves. 
Ip, Ip m. — I. a measuring line. — II. 
a boundary line. — III. a limit, rule, 
direction, Ps. 19:5 ; with suff. 

nip m., 1 Ki. 7:23, Ketib for Ip. 
nipp m. — I. expectation, confidence, 
hope. — II. one confided in. — III. col- 
lection, assemblage. 
nipD f., collection, repository, lsa. 

T 22:ll. 
nipri f. — 1. hope, expectation. — II. a 
cord, thread. — III. p. n. of a man. 
nip; see np&. 

I. tOlp (fut. Blp}), was wearied, 
loathed, scorned, with 3. Niph. 
were loathed. Hith. lOtDpJin same 
as Kal, with 3. 

II. tO^lp (Arab, was broken); fut. Dip* 
will be broken, Job 8:14. 

/Ip (Arab, he said). 

Sip m. (with suff. i^'lp, "^j5; pi. 
ni?p). — I. voice. — II. cry of ani- 
mals. — III. any sound; T\\T\\ ?)p 
the voice of the Lord, thunder. 



top 



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v*p 



rivip p. n. of a man. 
?\) m. Ch., voice, sound. 

U)p (fut. D*pJ, DJ£, DgJ).— I. rose 
up. — II. arose from bed. — III. arose 
from an ambush. — IV. with ?]}, 
?H, 2 arose against in anger (abs. 
^tpp they that rise up against me). 
— V. stood up. — VI. began any- 
thing. — VII. came into being, ap- 
peared. — VIII. took place. — IX. 
stood, stood firm. — X. ioas perma- 
nent (an office). — XI. was fixed (of 
the eyes). Pi. D*p I. strength- 
ened, supported. — II. kept a reso- 
lution. — III. fixed a time. Pil. 
QlDIp I. set up, restore. — II. set 
himself up, Mic. 2 : 8. Hiph . D*pH 
(fut. D*pJ Dp*, DJ5J1). — I. caused 
to rise up. — II. raised up. — III. 
strengthened. — IV. set up, fixed. — 
V. raised up, appointed. — VI. made 
or confirmed a covenant, or other 
engagement. — VII. put in force. 
Hoph. Dp-in I. was set up. — II. 
was appointed. — III. was confirmed. 
Hith. Dpipfin arose against, with. ?. 

Q-lp Ch. I. arise. — II. stand up. — HI. 
stand. Pa. 0*p confirmed an en- 
gagement. Aph. D^pH, D^pK (fut. 
D*j& &*pn?).— I. set' up.— H. es- 
tablished. — III. appointed. — IV. 
confirmed. Hoph. D^pH was set 
up, Dan. 7:4. 

riDIp f., height, stature. 

D^p an adversary, Job 22:20. 

HD^p f., the act of rising up, Lam. 
3:63. 

u^p m. Ch., a decree, Dan. 6:8, 16. 

D*p m., !"l)0 s p f. Ch., enduring, stead- 
1 fast. 



!"IDJ2 f. (pi. mop), standing corn, 

specially in the ear. 
flDp p. n., a town of Gilead. 
n-^DDp adv., at full height, erect, 

Lev. 26:13. 
ED-lpl m -> a M that lives, i.e. has been 

raised up, Gen. 7:4, 23; Deu.ll:6. 
DipD com. (pi. nto'lpE).— I. place. 

— II. habitation, residence. — III. 

room, space. — IV. place, country, 

neighbourhood; ")&J>X Oipp2 in 

the place where. 
HD-lpri f., power of resisting, Lev. 

T 26:*37. 
DDIpri m., an adversary, Ps. 139:21. 

Mp. Pil. ]))p uttered a lamentation, 
lamented, with ?)}, ?K- 
H^pf. — I. lamentation; pi. Q^p, 
ni^p — II. p. n., a city of Judah. 

WD or DDP. Pil. Dpip cm* off, Eze. 
17:9, same as }*¥p- 



snp 



m., prince, Eze. 23:23; etymon 
unknown. 

Pjlpopc, 1 Ki. 10:22; 2 Chron. 9:21. 

PhD g"o round, like ?]p}; not used. 
!"!!D-1pfi f. — I. oroi* o/ Me smw, Ps. 
19:7. — II. circle of the year. 

T -Ip I. loathed, with 3.— II. feared, with 
^3p. — I. Hiph. pJpH besieged, 
Isa. 7 : 6. — II. Hiph. — 1. awoke. — 
2. arose from the dead, came to 
life. — 3. was vigilant, active; ^-1p 
from Y)\) pass the summer, Isa. 
18:6. 

pp m. — I. a thorn bush; pi. D^Vp, 
"•^Ip — II. p. n. of a man. 

Y)\) m. — I. summer. — II. summer 
fruits. 



W 



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rp 



fillip f. pi., locks of hair, Cant. 5:2. 

Tip dig- a well. Pil. Tgrjjj i. dug 

down, Num. 24: 17. — II." destroyed 

a people, Isa. 22:5. Hiph. "Ipi"] 

tftrew z^ water (a well), Jer. 6:7. 

"Tip m., thread, Isa. 59 : 5, 6. 

/TAp; see Hip- 

llpft I. spring. — II. origin. — lll.wife. 

Wp (fut. pi. |V?p?) ensnared, Isa. 29:21. 
fc^p p. n. of a man. 
•in^-ip, *E»j? p. n. of a man. 
|1£"p p. n., Kishon. — I. a river of 
Palestine. — II. a town in Issachar. 

n^p com. (pi. ningfo nwg).- 1. 

a 6ow. — II. the rainbow. 
n^p m., an archer, Gen. 21 :20. 
Hp, in pause T]\>, with H parag. nnp 

Kal imp., from Pip?- 
n i? for npb, Eze. 17:5; with suff. Dng 

for DPI^, Hos. 11:3. 
^Dp, nnp kal inf., from flp^- 

3Dp, 2t0p m. (with suff. SpBjJ) c«f- 

£ing- down, destruction. 
DD£ same as tS-lp- 

7&D dew. 
7t?p Ch., dew. Pa. ^pp the same. 

Ithpe. and Ithpa. was slam. 
?Dp m., slaughter, Obad. v. 9. 

|£Dp (fut. jPp*) was Ma«, of little 
importance. Hiph. made small, 
Am. 8:5. 
|bjj, |pi? m. (pi. D^IDp; f. nSDp).- 
I . small, in size, quantity or im- 
portance.— II. young. — III. s. the 
little finger; with suff. 'Oftp or 
*!PU— IV, jtDgn p.n. of a man. 

P|ftp plucked off. Niph. was citt ojf, 
withered, Job 8: 12. 



"l£?p. Pi- "!8j? I. burnt incense. — II. 

fumigated. — III. ourn* /af ; part. 

f. pi. n'nppp attars o/ incense. 

Pu. part. f. rntSpD was perfumed, 

Cant. 3 : 6. Hiph. Tt?j?n I. owrnt 
' incense.— II. burnt sacrifice. Hoph. 

"iPpH was burnt in sacrifice; part. 

Itppp offering of incense, Mai. 1 : 

11." 
rn'lDp f., incense, Deu. 33: 10. 
iTTlDp p. n., Keturah, one of Abra 

ham's wives. 

iDj?, pi. n'ntpp nhvn « courts 

joined," Eng. Ver.; "with chim- 
neys," marg.; covered (Ges.), Eze. 
46:22. 

n^Pp f., incense. 

TltO^p m. — I. smoke. — II. vapour, Ps. 
148:8. 

Itppp m., incense, Ex. 30: 1. 

JT^ippp f., a censer. 

Iftp (Syr. bound). 
"ipp m. Ch., pi. p*ipp.— I. joints, li- 
gatures. — II. difficulties. 
J'HPp p. n. of a place in Zebulun, 
called also npp- 
Wp ; see Kip. 

up vomited; imp. pi. Vp, Jer. 25: 
27. 

£3 P m. Ch., summer, Dan. 2:35. 
"top; see*1Dp. 
D»j?, D>p, D»p, il»*j? ; see D-1p. 
fctoj? same as BWSj?; see £>Dp- 

j p root not used; (Arab, cane, a 

spear) . 

\\\) m. — I. a spear made of cane, 2 Sa. 

21 : 16. — II. p. n., Cain, the son of 

Adam. — III. p.n., the Kenites, a 



3>P 

tribe of Canaan. — IV. J^pn a town 

of Judah. 
fpfi, ^g, tyj? the Kenites, one of the 

tribes inhabiting Canaan. 
rU*|?; seef-lp- 
p > |5 p. n. of a man. 
Y)p summer , <Sfc; see pp- 
|W>p, nj^j? ; see f Xp. 

1 1 D P m., the shrub palma Christi, 

ricinus comm., k'iki. 
ffrg*j? ; see Kip. 

Tj?, Hp com. (pi. nh^p).— I. a wall. 
— II. side of the altar. — III. sides 
of the heart, Jer. 4: 19. — IV. city, 
Isa. 15:1; 16:7— V. IKto T»j? f 
^TTI Tp, ngnn Tp p. n., a city 
of Moab. — VI. p. n., a part of 
Assyria. 

DTp, Dip p. n. of a man. 

&>$, f\Wp; see Wp, 

D in p m. Ch., KiOapig, a harp. 

fe^p; see^p- 

T 5 ^ Ch., yp voice; see *?'lp- 

I-i'/p !• coasted. — II. burnt alive, 
Jer. 29:22. Niph. part. rfcjM 
burning disease, Ps. 38:8. 
vp. K vp m., co7-n roasted in the ear. 

II.il/p same as vp. Niph. was 
despised ; part, despised, mean. 
Hiph. despised, Deu. 27:16. 
|r?p m. — I. worthlessness. — II. shame. 
III. contempt. — IV. pudenda. 






{., a caldron. 

(Arab, deformity) ; part, Lj-vp 
dwarfish. 
Q?pE) asylum, place of refuge. 
Hvp! JIBv'p p.n. of a Levite. 

TT '•• T • ': r 



( 231 ) vbp 

7?p (fut. fe A&).— I. mj«5 rfimi. 
nished, became shallow. — II. waa 
«ui/(f. — III. was worthless, un- 
worthy. Niph. !?j?3, ^pj (fut. bj?*., 
•l?!*?^). — I. was thought a small, 
easy thing; impers. jp ?p) i/ w 
a ww// ^ing- £Aa£; ("vp3" ;]}_ 
lightly, easily. — II. was despised. 
— III. lowered himself, 2 Sa. 6:22. 
— IV. became easy, Pro. 14 : 6. 
Pi. 7?p revile, wished ill to, with 
2. Pil. Pp7p I- sAooft arrow in 
divination, Eze. 21:26 (Uke the 
Arab, removed, shook). Hiph. ?pn 
I. slighted. — II. lightened, removed 
a load, with }p, ?%D. Hithpal. 
was shaken, Jer. 4:24. 

bp m. (pi. wbp; f. nhpj. — l. swift. 
— II. swiftly. — III. swift-footed. 

""ri^ P- n « °f a man. 

7?p m., polished, shining. 

■""v ?p, const. rw?p f- — I reviling. — 
— II. a curse. — III. object of re- 
viling. 

?typ m., worthless food, Nu. 21:5. 

D/p. Pi- and Hith. mocked, scorned. 
D?p m., scorn, conttmpt. 
rip?p f., the same, Eze. 22:4. 

y 7p I- cwJ out, carved. — I J. slung, 
Jud. 20: 16.— III. expelled, Jer. 10 : 
18; Jvp a slinger. Pi. slung a 
stone. 
)hp m. (with suff. \vbp; pi. D^p) 
— Lading*. — II. a curtain, from 
its tremulous motion. 
]}bp m., pi. tpybfc stingers, 2Ki.3:25 
HJvpD f., carving, sculpture, 1 KL 
only. 



j^p ( 232 ) 

Sj?1?P ; see &p. 

t\wPp m.,'p VOW three pronged pitch- 
fork, 1 Sa. 13:21. 
?K-1£p p.n. of a man. 
flDj^see D-1J3; £>it3p, see POp. 

HDp m., flour. 

tODp (Arab. ftowTii wiM a rope), wowwd 
as a captive, Job 16:8. Pu. was 
seized and carried off, Job 22: 16. 

/&P, /??P withered. 

Yfop grasped, took up in the hand. 

fbp m - ( with suff - ^Pl?)- — L the 
' hand, fist. — II. abundance. — III. 
pi. D^lpp handfuls. 



DDp 



. root not used. 
t^|©P, W)W\>, pi. OWBtep m., ne£- 
f/es. 

IP. IP. t^P; see PP- 

£Op. Pi. N3p I. was jealous for, with 
7 (S/jXoT'v). — II. emulated,vrith 2; 
envied, with 3, ? — III. was jealous 
of, with 3- ' Hiph. K*j»pn made 
jealous, angry. 

K3p m., jealous (of God against idols 
only). 

K13p m., the same. 

HN3p f.— I. jealousy.— II. envy. — III. 
anger. — IV. zeal. 

Hip (fut. apoc. |j?»l). — I. wia/?e. — 
II. acquire, appropriate to one- 
self. Niph. was acquired, pur- 
chased, Jer. 32: 15, 43. Hiph. I. 
appropriated as a slave, Zee. 13: 
5. — II. proroked to jealousy, Eze. 
8:3. 
fcOp Ch., acquired, procured, Ezr. 7 : 

T: 17. 



fl3p p. n., a town of Manasseh. 
fOp m., possession, wealth. 

nipD m. (with suff. -in:pp; 1 1. 

D'OpD) possession, wealth of land, 
flocks, cattle; 'D ''BOK possession 
of cattle; 'D p.K iawcZ /uM oj 
cattle. 
H3pD f., acquirement, purchase, vos 
session. 

•1!"l*3pD p. n. of a man. 

T ..i. . i 

i"Qp m. (const. H3p; with suff. H^f? i 
pi. D^p r03j3). — I. reed, cane. — 
II. sweet cane. — III. measuring 
reed of six cubits. — IV. beam of 
the balance. — V. stalk of wheat. — 
VI. branch of candlestick. — VII. 
arm-bone above the elbow, Job 31 : 
22. — VIII. a staff to lean upon. 
H3p p.n. — I. a place on the borders 
of Ephraim and Manasseh. — II. a 
town in Asher. 

K'"l3p same as K3p ; see N3p. 

T3p p. n. — I. of a man; ''•Tip patron. 
— II. of a people of Canaan. 

"Op same as ^p- 

pD3p ? const. "|03p m., cinnamon. 

Pp. Pi. |3p built a nest. Pu. part. 
*]-l3|p9('3>w« built (of a nest). 
|p, const." "|p m. (with suff. *3j5; pi. 
D^p). — I. a nest. — II. a dwelling. 
: — III. a family. — IV. cells, cham- 
bers. 

^3p for ^p, Job 18:2; see yj> in 

: r*p- 

DDp divine with arrows, 8fc; part. 
DDp diviner. 
DDp m. — I. divination, enchant 
ment. — II. the reward of divina 
Hon. 



DDp 



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PVP 



□Dpp m., divination, Eze. 12:24; 
13:7. 
Dpf?; see D-lp- 
npp; see n&p- 
n^yjp p.n., a city of Judah. 
ypyp m., mark, impression, Lev. 19: 
28. 

'3t|< root not used; (Arab. being deep). 

rvyiP f. (const, r-nyp; P i. nVtgp, 

nVT^3; with suff.' Vnhjjp) deep 
saucer, dish. 

fr^Sp I. congealed (of waters). — II. 
hardened (of men), Zep. 1:12. 
Hiph. condense, Job 10: 10. 
}1S2p m., congealing, denseness, Zee. 
14:6. 

iSp (Arab, finished his work). Pi. 

finished, cut short, Isa. 38: 12. 
"TQp, with H parag. !T73i? m., rfe- 

struction, Eze. 7:25. 
TBJP m., a hedge-hog; (Arab, the 

same) . 

Tsp (Arab, springing serpent). 
TlSp m., one of the springing snakes, 
Isa. 34: 15. 

1 up shut up, close, constrict (the 
hand, &c.) — Niph. are shut up, 
Job 24 : 24. Pi. leaping, Cant. 2 : 8. 

Yp end; see yap. 

HVp 1. cut wood, 2 Ki. 6:6. — II. shear 
sheep, Cant. 4:2. 
2¥|?. m., clefts of the mountains. — II. 
form, character, Jon. 2:7. 

n^p I. cut off, destroy. — II. cut down. 
Pi. cutting off, down, 2 Ki. 10:32; 
Pro. 26:6. Hiph. cut, scraped, 

off; inf. nivpn- 



n)fj5 m. (const. Htfp; with suff. ^^p; 
pi. D^Vi?, *)?[?) end, extremity, li- 
mit; n¥pp D^n men /rom all 
parts; D»»» n$?B> il ¥|?p a* Me 
ew<i o/ Mree days. 

!"I¥J2 m., the same. 

riV(5 f., extremity, border, limit ; 
nVj^P /rom Me extreme parts; 
pi. lT)¥p, with Dyn the extremi- 

'T t t 

fies of the people, i.e. any of them, 
nVj? f. Ch., end. 
1¥p m., pi. const. \iyj3 extremitiet 

borders. 
n'UVjp f. pi., the same. 
nVp'f.—I.end, «m#; D»OjnVj50 

niSJ'y a£ 2/te end o/ /e/i c/ays. — 

II. Ch. a par/. 

P^'i? m. — I. judge. — II. governor. — 

III. prince. 
H^iPP f., part, limit. 

nVp m., black pepper, Isa. 28:25,27. 
*V¥p harvest; see T¥p- 

yVP- Hi P n - 5T¥i?n scrapes oj, Lev. 

T 14:41. Pu. part. n^V^D and 

Hoph.part. my^pnp small courts, 

Eze. 46: 22. 
ny^p f., Kaaaia. — I. cassia, Ps. 45: 9. 

— II. p. n., a daughter of Job, Ke- 

ziah. 
yiVJPP m., corner, angle; pi. D^'ltfpp, 

ri'iyVpp- 

n^-IVipp'f., "planes," Eng. Ver., Isa. 
T 44:13. 

P]Vp was an g r V> wroth, enraged, with 
?H, ?K- Hiph. made angry, with 
nX- Hithp. became wroth, Isa. 
8:21. 
5}¥p Ch., ioas angry. 
C]¥p m. — 1. a broken branch, stick, 
16 



W ( 234 ) mp 

-11. anger, wrath of by name, name, with ?. — 7. call 



Hos. 10:7. 

God, with suff. ^yp.lPtfJJ- 
P]Vi? m - Ch., anger. 
HQVp f., fracture, wasting, Joel 1:7. 

|*VP cut o#. Pi. ftfp, fSp CM/ (#. 
Pu. part. D^PP> Jud. 1 :7. 

}>Vi? Ch. Pa. cutoff. 

J*p m. (with suff. tops pi. D*«p, *#p). 
— I. end, limit. — II. end, cessation. 
— HI. end, ruin; ppD from the 
end (of the earth), at the end (of 
a time); fp? the same; fp D^, 
PP 1V\V, D v lpjn pp Me ftme of 
the end, i.e. of our Lord's first 
and second advent. 

fl^p m., nftVp {., the last, Exodus 
only. 

I. i$Q (fut. *)¥p^), cut down, reap; 
part, reaper. Hiph. reaped, Job. 
24:6. 
T'VP !• cro J°- — H- harvest. — III. 
tranches. 

ii. 1V(? ( fut - "»Vi?!)- — i- *Aort, <M- 

cienf, unable for. — 2. with £1-1*1 or 
£>£0 unable to bear up, discouraged. 
PL "Ittp made s/ior*, Ps. 102:24. 
Hiph. made short, Ps. 39:46. 
*l$j? m., short, cut off; D?SK "IVR. 

ri-1*l 'p angry. 
*l)*p m., with n-1*l impatience, Ex. 
'6:9. 
*lp, DnjJ, 1p; see Tip. 
1p same as T'p. 

I. N^p (inf. Kip. DIKIp with suff. 
Wf?; imp. K*lp; fut. K^J.— 
1. cried, called, shouted. — 2. called 
to or /or, with 7X. — 3. called 
after, with ^"lnfc 4 .. — 4. caW wpon 
m prayer — 5. celebrate. — 6. call 



together, assemble, invite, with 
JIN, /N. — 8. called into question 
litigation. — 9. appointed to an of- 
fice. — 10. called forth soldiers, Isa. 
13:3. — 11. proclaim, publish, 
preach. — 12. read from a book, 
read aloud. Niph. X*lpJ I. called 
for, summoned. — 2. called together, 
assembled, with 21 or '2 Dt^Il in 
the name of some one. — 3. named, 
with ?V_ 'S> D^ the name of some 
one is upon thee, with ?V. PHPI) D r i' 
the name of the Lord is named 
upon thee, Deu. 28: 10. Pu. N"l'p 
called, named, w r ith p. 

fcOp Ch., read, recited, proclaimed. 
Ithp. was called, Dan. 5:12. 

K"lp m. — I. partridge. — II. p. n. of a 
man. 

KHp m., called, sent, Numbers only. 

niOlp f., cry, proclamation, Jon. 3:2. 

fcOpp m. — I. act of assembly. — II. 
convocation. — III. reading, recit- 
ing, Neh. 8 : 8. 

II. +*}D same as rn^ 1 . approached, 
met hostilely .—2. met .—3 . happened; 
inf. JlfcOp 1 ?, HiOp to meet, meet- 
ing with; with suff. ^HiOp? over, 
against thee; D**jJ"lK*lp? over, 
against you. Niph. 1. met, hap- 
pened to meet, with ?V_- — 2. hap- 
pened; fut. tnjj; inf. fcffljM. Hiph. 
cause fo happen to, Jer. 32:23. 

|K*lp for n}*np Kal imp. pi. f., Ex. 
'2:20, from' I. {Op 

""IIXIp Kal inf., with 1 quiescent, Jud. 
8': 1, from I. Kip 

y^i), y°)p (fut. nip^; inf. n'lp, 
ni^p; imp. *2*lp). — I. approached^ 



3TP ( 235 ) 

drew near, with ?N, p, 3, "OS?. 

—II. attacked, with ^jj, ^X — III. 

fcecp iy thyself, with ?K, Isa. G5 : 5. 

Niph. should, ought to draw near. 

Pi. 2^1? made, caused to draw near. 

Hiph. I. wade approach. — II. pre- 

sented. — III. removed, with 2, jft. 
3*1)? Ch., came to. Pa. offered. Aph. 

brought to, offered. 
2~)\) m., approaching, drawing near. 
2)lp m., rQTlp f., near, a? Aand. 

with ?tf, p {of time, place, things, 

fyc); 2)i$D adv., short, shortly, 

soon. 
3"lp m., contest, battle, war; pi. 

hhnp. 

t 1 : 

3"}p m. Ch., the same. 

2~)j) m. (with suff. *2Hp; pi. with 
suff. ^3"}p). — I. inward part, en- 
trails. — II. amidst, among, often 
2"lp3, 3TJ5D the same. 

n3"l|P const, rn*lp f., approach, access. 

}3")(^ const. |3"lp m., offering. 

jZHp m., the same. 
Dn3"](5 Kal inf., with H parag. and 
suff., from 21p. 

^Tj? ( with suff - te\1Bi pLD^Tlj?, 

Jnft'Vlp), an aa-e. 
HTj? s. f.j'see Yip. 

ST3J5; see Kng II. (fut. PH^., TjMJ, 
mrf, happened, with p. Niph. mei 
urifA persons only, with PX, "0£v, 
?JJ mef accidentally, dropped in 
with. Pi. rnp framed together, 
made to join. Hiph. I. made, 
caused to meet with him, Gen. 
27:20. — II. ib mpn made con- 

t : • 

venient for him, Nu. 35 : 1 1 . 
rnj5 m., n^yTTHp accidental pollu- 
tion during sleep, Den. 23: 11. 



rnp 



i"l*Y)p f. — I. a beam. — II. a roof, Gen 
T 19:8. 

"Hp in pause "Hp m., meeting, up- 
posing; DJ? "Hp T}7n or *"1p3 /*c 
opposed, resisted. 

rV")p f., a town or city, combined in 
the names of many cities. — 1. j"V~p 
in the tribe of Benjamin. — II. 
JJSnK fVnp in the tribe of Judah, 
afterwards Hebron.— III. bv.2 'p 
same as DnjT 'p.— IV. imTJ 'p 
in Moab.— V?DnjT 'p, Dny 'P 
in Judah.— VI. mD'p, 1QD 'p in 
Judah, called also Tl'-f'.— VII. 
B?npj? l«in Reuben. — 2. inNaph- 
tali, called also |JT]p.— VIII. P.Vnp 
in Moab. nnp/^np Ch. 

JTlp f. — I. a city. — II. a pulpit, Job 
*29:7. 

HFnp p. n., a town of Zebulun. 

il^pp m. — I. accident. — II. event, 
result. 

rnpp m., building, edifice, Ecc. 10: 18. 

(Hp and Hiph. n"Hpn shaved, made 

bald. Niph. and Hoph. have made 

themselves, become, bald. 

mp p. n. of a man. 
- ..i T i 

rnp m., bald (on the crown of the 

head). 
rnp m. — I. cold. — II. frost, ice. — III. 

crystal, Eze. 1:22. 
rnp m. — l. frost, ice, Ps. 147:17. — 

II. p. n., Korah, a son of Esau. — 

III. a son of Eliphaz. — IV. the 
Levite who conspired against Moses, 
patron, '•rnp. — V. applied to other 
men. 

nrnp, Nrnp f., baldness. 
nrnp f., thread bare (of cloth), Lev. 
c. 13 only. 



*T ( 236 ) 

*$>> njli?. nrfc ntoj?; see nip. 

Kng, flKnj?; 'see fcOp. 

U Jp overlaid, cased, with ?JJ; fut. 
Dip* Eze. 37 : 6, 8. 

f. (dual. DO"]P, D^j?; pi. rtlj?, 
D1i"]p). — 1. *Ae Aorw o/ an ani- 
ma/, — II. used as a t>esse/ /or o//. 
— III. used as a trumpet, Jos. 6:5. 
— IV. Isa. 5:1, "a very fruitful 
hill," Eng. Ver.; " a horn, the son 
of oil ;" marg. perhaps Mount Ta- 
bor. — V. metaphorically, power, 
strength, in men or states. — VI. 
probably the name of a weapon, 
2 Sa. 22 : 3. — VII. the ornaments at 
each corner of the altar. — VIII. 
rays of light, Hab. 3:4. 

jlp com. Ch., horn. 

}"]p v. denom., emitted rays, si hone (the 
face of Moses), Exodus c. 34 only. 
Hiph. produced horns, Ps. 69 :32. 

Dip became bent, bowed down, Isa. 
46:2. 
Dip m., hook, link, loop. 
Dip same as DTJ5- 

D^ jpD'lP m. dual, ankles. 

yip tore, rent (as a garment, &c.); 
once, of the eyes, Jer. 4:30, "thou 
rendest thine eyes with stibium," 
i. e. givest them an enlarged ap- 
pearance as if they were torn open; 
this is the effect of it. Niph. was 
torn, rent. 
D^lp m. pi., rendings, pieces, rags. 

Yjp closed, pressed together (the lips 
or eyes, denoting fraud or cun- 
ning). Pu. was cut, hewn out, Job 
33:6. 



nts>p 

^p m., destruction, Jer. 46:20. 
f*1p m. Ch., rending. 

y\>~ip m. — I. basis, foundation of the 
Tabernacle. — II. p. n., a town of 
Judah. 

Iplp p. n. of a place. 

1 Jp (Arab, was cold, quiet). 

1p or 1p m., cold water; pi. OHp 

cool, quiet, Pro. 17:27. 
lp m., cold (season), Gen. 8:22. 
Hip f., cold, chilliness. 
rnpp f., coolness, refreshing, Jud. 3: 
T 20. 

$"]P (Arab, he cut). 
tJHp m. — I. plank or board. — II. bench 
of a ship, Eze. 27:6. 

JTJ?, n?T& ]%"$•> see mp. 

Mt/p (Arab, wicker basket). 

nibp, JTll^p f. pi., small vessel, pat- 
ten, phial, or the like. 

DDp f., inkhorn carried in the girdle, 
Eze. 9:2, 3, 11. 

bpbp m., pi. D^pbj5 — I. scales of 
a Jish. — II. scale armour, 1 Sa. 
17:5. 

nbpbp f., the same. 

tOfc^P (Arab, pair of scales). 
ntO^p f., a piece of silver, weighed 

out to pass for a given value as 

money. 
£>p; see Wp- 
DWp; see H^p- 

^^P (fut. 2B*jp»J attend, listen, Isa. 
32 : 3. Hiph. attended to, regarded, 

with bx, hv_, i, ?• 

Dt^p m., attention, hearkening. 
2fj>, f. nn^p attentive, Neh. 1 : 6, 
T ll. 



>wp 



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INT 



n-IGPp, f. pi. TY\2W\> attentive. 

i\wU I. was ftani, grievous. — II. was 
difficult, Deu. 1:17. Niph. part. 
HE^p3 subject to difficulty, Isa. 8 : 
21. Pi. hardened (fut. apoc tt'pFl}). 
Hiph. ™*pn (fut. apoc. ^p.ji)'.— 
I. hardened. — II. made grievous, 
difficult. — III. made refractory, 
Pro. 28:14; Job 9:4. 

H^p m., r\Wp f. — 1. obdurate, unyield- 
ing, cruel. — II. with S]iy stiff- 
necked, obstinate. — III. with D"05 
impudent, Eze. 2:4. — IV. hard, 
grievous (of servitude). — V. with 
n-1T overwhelmed, depressed, I Sa. 
1:15. 

^p m., obstinacy, Deu. 9:27. 

]V&\? p.n., a place in Issachar; t^lp 
the same. 

D^N^p m. pi., cucumbers, Nu. 11:5. 

n^pp m., wreathed work. 

riwpft f.— I. wreathed work. — II. 
place, garden, of cucumbers, Isa. 
1:8. 

n^p. Hiph. — I. made obdurate, Isa. 
63: 17. — II. treated hardly, Job 39 : 
16. 

tOfc^p, tpfc^p m., religious truth. 
lM\> m. Ch., truth. 

")#P (fut. TB^J.— I. rterf, ftownd; 
part. 1-lt^p bound, firm. — II. con- 
spired against. Niph. bound, made 
firm, sure, Neh. 3:38; metaph., 
1 Sa. 18:1. Pi. I. bind on (as or- 
naments), Isa. 49 : 18. — II. secure 
to thyself, Job 38:31. Pu. part. 
f. n"W|PE> compact, Gen. 30:41. 
Hith. conspired. 



Ityp m. (with suff. 1"l^p) conspiracy, 

treason. 
D"HGS>p m. pi., bandages, belts. 

E/K7p collect, assemble together, Zep. 

2:1. Po. fcJ^p co//ec£, gather. 

Hithpo. assemble yourselves, Zep. 

2:1. 
B>j3 m.— I. stubble.— II. cAo^f. 
H^P, n^p; see ^-ip. 
DTHp same as DirPp- 



HK"1 (inf. abs. PINT, INT; const. 

T rvitn, nan; imp. nth; fut. 

Hip*; apoc. «X» N*l!l» NIFip.— 

I. saw, viewed, observed, with ?. — 

II. looked out, provided, chose, 
cared for, with 'pN, 3, ?JJ. — III. 

visited (a sick person, &c). — IV. 
saw the sun, lived, Ecc. 7:11 . — V. 
perceived, found, felt, with 3. — 
VI. discern, discriminate (as a 
soothsayer). Niph. ("IN"]} (inf. 

niann, r-iNnri; imp. T fixnri; 

fut. nkj; apoc. N"lNV).— I. was 
seen, apparent, appearing, with 
?N, 7, "OSrflN- — II. was pro- 
vided. Pu. -INT were seen, Job 
33:21. Hiph. n'N-in, HN-jH (fut. 
nN"T, N"M).— I. showed.— II. see, 
experience, evil, with 3. Hoph. 
nNirt- — I. was seen. — II. was 
shown. Hith. n&Onn looked at 

v t : • 

each other. 
PIN"), Deu. 14:13, an incorrect read- 

T T* 

ing for PINT, a vulture or &ife. 
!"1N1 m., seer, prophet. 
PINO, Eze. 28 : 17, Kal inf., from HN"). 

T-; -* * * 

D-1N"), 1VN"] seeing, viewing, Ecc. 5: 
10. 



INI 



( 2.38 ) 



221 



}2-1K") (behold a son!), p.n., Reuben, 
Jacob's eldest son ; patron. '03-1 JO 
a Reubenite. 

"JO m., mirror, Job 37 : 18. 

^fcO with pause ""Kl m. — I. vision, re- 
velation. — II. appearance, sight. — 
— III. monstrosity, Nah. 3:6. 

iTfcO p.n. of a man. 

t t ; r 

)1 m. Ch., aspect, appearance. 
il^*ip m. — I. vision, appearance. — 

II. view, sight. 

n&OD f. — I. vision (seen by a seer). 
— II. mirror, Ex. 38:8. 

Q£> i was raised, elevated, Zee. 14: 
10. 
DJO, DW, Dn m.(pl. D^OfcO, D"»pn) 
buffalo, wild ox; LXX. unicorn, 

fiOVOKtpWC.- 

ni^XT f. pi. — I. Ming's high, sub- 
fane, Pro. 24 : 7. — II. mosf precious. 
— III. p.n.: (a) a town of Issachar; 
(b)of Gilead. 

HD-IXI p. n. of a woman. 

133 T\ttXl p.n., same as 212 n'lDT 
fc?fcO, K>X"1; see 6WT- 

T 

^K1 m. (pi. WfcO, Wl; with 
suff. DiWfcO, 1W1).— I. Aedo/ 
man or 6msJ. — II. chief, leader. — 

III. metropolis, chief city. — IV. top 
of a mountain, fyc. — V. first, chief, 
principal of any thing ; &tfil 
nnpb' chief joy. — VI. capital, 
amount, mm (of numbers, money, 
&c.). — VII. source, commencement 
(of a river). — VIII. an unknown 

poisonous plant, poison. Phrases : 
B>fch n'K>3 appointed a chief; WKltp 
from the beginning; D^in t^JO 
the first month (of the year) ; ^N~l 



H35I /tead sftme o/ Me corner ; '1 

Tfl"} a cross way, Eze. 16:25; '"1 

ni^-in the head of the streets; 

D^&O sources of rivers, Gen. 2:10. 
6Wn m. Ch. (pi. p^NT, (WT)._I. 

Aead. — II. chapter, summary, Dan. 

7:1. 
n^&O f., n^Nin fltf Acad stone, 

T Zec.4:7. T 
n^K*1 f., beginning, Eze. 36: 11. 
rfefcO, pi. const. W&jH Me par/ 

a&oi^ Me head (of Saul), 1 Sa. 26 : 

12. 

lit&q (for ji^sn), p^n m . — 1. 

_y?rs£, former, foremost (in time, 
place, dignity, &c); pi. O^KW) 
ancestors; ji^fcOTO from the be- 
ginning; f. H3&JW1 the same. — 
II. adv. formerly; Tl^^TQ. in 
front; nJE^frODS as formerly, Isa. 
1:26; fwifib formerly; pi. 
JYOfc^") former things. 

W«"),f. JVaftri #**, Jer.25:l. 

IW&O, JVEh f.— I. ./Srsf, /omer, in 
sta/e or /ime. — II. firstfruits, first- 
born. — III. first of way, beginning. 

PftWXyp f. pi., places or things where 
the head is. 

ni&^lp f. pi., the same ; with suff. 
lWiniO at his head. 

Wtinn, ' T\f 112 p. n. : (a) a fortress 
of Judah, Mapiad ; (b) of a man. 

l£/fc$ I, \u I 1 m., poison ; see t^NI 
£*N"1 p. n., a northern nation : pro- 
bably the Pwc of the Byzantine 
authors ; now Russia. 
2~\ same as 2*1. 

yT) (pret. n - ), inf. 21). — I. &«■«>»« 
many, numerous. Pu. see PQ3"). 






31 



( 230 ) 



*m 



31 m. (in pause 2"), pi. D*2H;. f. 

I"I3"1, pi. ni3"]). — I. mwc/i, many. 

— II. abundant, enough. — III. 

great, vast, in extent, station, 

dignity, &c. 
T)7n (metropolis) p. n. — I. the chief 

city of Ammon. — II. a city of 

Judah. 
3") m. Ch. (pi. py}3"T). — *• ? reat > 

large. — II. s., great men, nobles. 

21, 2*n, "3") m. (with suff. D32H) 

■multitude, abundance. 2w abun- 

dantly. 
n33"l f., ten thousand, myriad; pi. 

nihil"], Hill"! myriads. Pu. 

denom. part. JTQS'ip increased to 

myriads, Ps. 144:13. 
\3L% Ni21 f., the same; dual WTfiST) 

two myriads ; pi. Hl^Sl, DlfcO"), 

T\)2") myriads. 
iri Ch., the same; pi. J13") (J33")). 
D'Q'Q"] m. pi., showers. 
IVZn p. n., a city of Issachar. 
|3~l3 > 1 m. Ch., a prince. 
njp^l"! p. n., Rabshakeh, leader of 

the Assyrians. 

II. ^2D shot, as arrows, &c. Pret. pi. 

•lin. 

*"Q^ spread, strewed, made up, Pro. 
7:16; (Arab, tied, bound). 
T3"l m., collar, neck-chain ; (Arab. 

the same.) 
D^ZHD m. pi., coverlets. 

7\y~\ ffut. H3"l\ apoc. m\ 3"V).— 
I. became many, multiplied. — II. 
grew. — III. was great, powerful. 
Pi. n3") marfe much, Ps. 44:13. 
Hiph.Hinn (fut. H3"£; apod^; 

imp. 3in"; inf.abs.'nann, nanri: 

i .. ... T . _ » .. . _ i 



const. ni2"irt). — I. multiplied, in- 
creased. — II. extended, made-large. 
— III. made great. Inf. n3"in, 
sometimes m3"in adv. much, very 
much ; HBirip plentifully. 
ni") Ch., grew great, Dan. 4:8, 19. 
Pa. became great, Dan. 2:48. 

nan, ten, xten, rib"), D^rn, 

JV2H ; see 231. 
n-12"1, •13"1 f. Ch., greatness. 
n3"lX m., a species of locust, so called 

from the multitudes of them. 
n3"]E> m., greatness, abundance. 
H3"JD f., much, too much, Eze.23:32. 

t : • 

TVinp, f. — I. abundance. — II. in- 
crease, interest. — III. offspring. 
n-13*ir) f., progeny, Nu. 32: 14. 
rVZHfl f., usury. 
n»3"j ;' see 13*1. 

yy\ rvjprn ; see 1/3-1. 

^|5n (Arab, mixed). Hoph. part. 

)"D3"lp mixed, saturated. 
("Pin p.n., Riblah, a city to the north 

of Palestine. 

I. yljl J /ying wiM (carnally). Hiph. 

cawse fo lie with. 
V21 m. ( /ying" down, with suff. ''Jp'l 
Ps. 139:3; see also below. 

II. ^3*1 from $/3"), JJ3"}« ; part. JN3") 

four-sided ; pi. Q^'3"!. Pu. part. 
JBTO m., nysnp &' made four- 
sided. 

])21 I. fourth part of anything, side 
of anything square. — II. p.n., a 
king of Midi an. 

y3"l m., fourth part. 

VpY) m., the fourth, T\^T\ (., 
fourth part ; WV^") s )2 children 
of the fourth generation. 



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P 



♦JPrn m. Ch., /ourt/i. 
D^2"l m. pi., posterity in the fourth 
degree. 

yinK f., rug-jK, n#3ns m. — I. 

/owr ; with ' suff. DFIV2PN ffcey 
four; dual DJESJsriS fourfold; 

pi. D^yanK forty^— ii. p- n. of a 

giant. 
y3"}X f., PlJ}2nK m. Ch., the same. 

Vyi (fut. f3T). — I. lie down (of 
beasts, &c.) — II. lie upon the con- 
science, soul, of sin, Gen. 4:7, &c. 
Hiph. I. cause to lie down. — II. set 
(of precious stones), Isa. 54: 1 1. 

Yy) m. — I. crib, lying place of cattle. 
— II. resting place (for man), Pro. 
24:15. 

^"ID m., a resting place, for cattle 
or wild beasts, Zep. 2: 15. 

yzyi m., the same, Eze. 25: 5. 

p5^ (Arab, tied up to fatten.) 
npl") p. n., Rebecca, the wife of 

Isaac, 'Pf/ia/cfca. 
p3"l?D m., stall for feeding cattle. 

prpl, |ypl n^21 ; see I. Ill 

13*} m., pi. D^n, "On.— I. clods of 
earth, Job 38:38. — II. stones set 
up as monuments, Job 21:33. 

U"3 (imper. Ul, PIJ3T, pi. -IT?"} ; fut. 
?3"V). — I. s/iooA, trembled. — II. be- 
came disturbed, agitated. Hiph. 
I. move. — II. agitate, disturb, with 
?. Hith. £% commotion, excite- 
ment, with ?X. 

T31 Ch. Aph., provoked, excited to 
anger. 

T3") m. — I. vexation, trouble. — II. 
neighing, Job 39 : 24. — III. fury, 



anger, Hab. 3:2. — IV. roar oj 
thunder, Job 37:2. 

TJ") m. Ch., anger, Dan. 3:13. 

T3i m., trembling, Deu. 28:65. 

flTin f., perturbation, Eze. 12: 18 

TriS m., " coffer," Eng. Ver., 1 Sa. 
6:8, 11, 15; (Arab, a panier, on 
one side of a camel's pack saddle: 
also, the sack of stones hung on 
the other side when but one panier 
is used.) 

/J^ go about speaking evil, backbite, 
Ps. 15:3. Pi. I. goes about ca- 
lumniating, with 2, 2 Sa. 19:28. 
— II. explore as a spy ; part. 
D^jnP spies, Gen. 42:9. Tiphel 
?5*]h was near (at foot, i. e., at 
hand), Hos. 11:3. 
bin com. (dual D^IT), *j?jnj *Ae/oof ; 

'3 v3"i5 a * ^ e /^ °f an y one > 

'S vJI; on account of any one. 

(For many other idiomatic usages 

of ?T), see Fiirst's Concordance.) 

PI. Dv!l*! strokes of the feet, times, 

repetitions. 
^n, ?D com - Ch -> /° *- 
V?|H m., foot soldier ; pi. D^}'] in- 

fantry, Jer. 12:5. 
^h p.n. — I. see }$.— II. pi. D^ri 

a place in Gilead. 
DvillD f. pi., ai the feet, any i king 

at the feet. 

Djn stone to death, with 2, ?JJ. 

HDJCI f., stone of defence, Ps. 68:28. 

!"l£jnD f., heap of stones, Pro. 26:8. 
D3T p.n. of a man. 
"JjPD D J"! p. n. of a man. 

M J and Niph. |^"13 murmuring; with 
2 against. 



; 



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in 



v-H. I. hastens to decay (the skin), 
Job 7:5. — II. calms (the sea), Job 
26:12. Niph. rested, Jer. 47:6. 
Hiph. I. rested, found rest. — II. 
give, restore to, make to, rest. 

JJIH m., quiet, peaceable, Ps. 35:20. 

yy) m., instant, moment of time ; 
Vn?> VH3, VI*). adv. in a mo- 
ment, suddenly ; D^J ]? moment 
after moment, incessantly. 

yjzyp m., rest, quiet, Jer. 6:16. 

nyZlD f., the same, Isa. 28: 12. 

wj") are tumultuous, in uproar, Ps. 
2:1. 
K>!l"l Ch., the same. Aph. assembled 

tumultuously. 
&)") m., tumult, multitude shouting, 

Ps. 55:15. 
\WY\ f., the same, Ps. 64:3. 
Tl'lsa. 45 : 1, Kal inf., from TH; Jud. 
19:11, for TV- 

-T 

Tl Kal imp., from TV- 

"111 brings down, subdues, Ps. 144:2; 

Isa. 45:1. Hiph. toys down on, 

1 Ki. 6:32. 
^^n p.n. of a man. 
TH") m., Zoose mantle, veil, Cant. 5: 

l\ Isa. 3:23. 

PIT) {int. apoc. TV; pi. Wl*J.— I. 
subdue, rule, govern, with 2; of 
fire, Lam. 1 : 13. — II. took down, 
Jud. 14:9. Hiph. cause to rule, 
govern; fut. apoc. TV, Isa. 41 :2. 

JrVTH I. in pause flTl Kal imp. with PI 
parag. — II. Gen. 46:3, inf. with H 
parag., from TV- 

H'H. Niph. DT13 &e insensible, as 

in deep sleep, fast asleep. 
rift'lin f-» ^ e6 !P sleep, stupor, trance. 



DTl Kal part, with suff., from ilT% 
O"0T"l p.n., I Chron. 1:7, an un- 
known people to the west of Ca- 
naan. 

*H ij I. followed after. — II. pursued as 
an enemy, with "HnS, ?, ?K- Pi. 
folloived, pursued. Hiph. chased, 
Jud. 20 : 43. Niph. and Pu. I. was 
pursued. — II. succeeded, Ecc. 3: 
15. 
fj'niD m. (Hoph. part.) pursued, 
chased, Isa. 14:6. 

rnn Kal inf., from TV- 

DH I I. deal with as fearing, Pro. 6: 
3. — II. insult, with 2- Hiph. em- 
bolden, Cant. 6:5. 

3rn m. — I. insolence, Job 9: 13; 26: 
12. — II. a prophetic name for 
Egypt. 

2D") m., insolent, Ps. 40:5. 

2PH m., pride, insolence, Ps. 90: 10. 

•"^^n P - n# °^ a man - 

nrn, urnft; see jtv. 

•^U ] (Syr. stream ; Arab, strap, 

thong, household goods). 
OH") m., pi. D^pn"). — I. watering 

trough. — II. thongs, Cant. 7:6; 

« like a king bound in thongs" 

(Lee), 
t^rn m., pi. D^P^H") furniture, fur- 

nishing (of a house), tyaTvuiuara, 

Cant. 1 : 17. 
IT aspect; see ilKI- 
2-*n 5^n/e; see 2'H- 
21") same as 2") many ; see 231- 

*TP walked with (God), Hos. 12:1. 
Hiph. I. wander (mentally), Ps. 
55:3. — II. wander, be a nomade 
people, Gen. 27:40. 



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1-11D m., one persecuted, Lam. 3:19; 
D'H-'np persecuted ones, Lam. 1:7. 

Hi"! was satiated (with anything), 
with ]p- Pi. n-1") I. was satiated, 
filled. — II. fill, delight, satisfy. 
Hiph. nnn satiate, fill. 

nV"l m., Pill f. — I. soaked, satiated. — 
II. drunken, Deu. 29:18. 

n m., irrigation, Job 37:11. 

nil"} f., abundance, plenty of water. 

T*! m. Ch., a secret. 

T " 

nVl, PP*!. Hiph. nnn l.sroeM (sweet J 
odour). — II. was satisfied, appeased. 
— Ul.was inspired with, with 3, Isa. 
1 1 : s.— IV. feel the fire, Jud. 'l6 : 9. 
— V. perceive, Job 39 : 25. 

rrn com. (pi. nin-n, nirn).— i. air, 

breeze, cool breeze. — II. breath. — 
III. spirit, soul of man. — IV. mind, 
spirit, disposition. — V. spirit of 
God. — VI. the wind. — VII. anger, 
wrath.— VIII. vanity, folly (used 
idiomatically in many ways ; see 
Concordance). 

n-in com. Ch. — I. the wind. — U. spirit, 
mind. 

nnn f., winnowing fan, Isa. 30:24. 

nn m., odour, smell; Ch. the same. 

nV") (fut. nVV) there was relief, with 
T[ 7 lSa.l6:23; Job 32: 20. Pu.part. 
D^n-inp spacious, ample, Jer.22 : 14. 
nin m.— I. space, distance. — II. de- 
liverance, quiet. 

nnn, nnn f., the same. 

t : -' t t : 

DV\ (fut. D-rvj, ch;, en;!).— i. was 

high, lofty. — II. raised himself, 
was raised. — III. if as high in rank 
or power. — IV. was lifted up, 
haughty (fut. D"V1); part. D") m., 



nftn f. — I. high.— -II. loud, Deu 
27:14. — III. high in rank. — IV 
haughty; pi. D^n the heights of 
heaven. — V. p.n. of a man.. Pil 
Dp'n I. lifted up, raised— -II. made 
to grow. — III. brought up (chil- 
dren). — IV. exalted with praise. — 
V. raised a building. Pul. Dl?n 
was lifted up, raised, high. Hiph. 
nnn I. lifted up. — II. took up — 
III. took out for an offering. — IV. 
offered. — V. removed. — VI. set up. 
Hoph. Dn-in I. was offered. — II. 
was removed. Hithpal. raised, 
exalted himself, Dan. 11:36. 

D-n Ch., was lifted up, Dan. 5 : 20. 
Pil. exalting with praise, Dan. 4 : 
34. Aph. exalting in power, Dan. 
5:19. Ithpal. exaltest thyself, 
Dan. 5:23. 

nDn f. — I. high place for idolatry, 
Eze. c. 16. — II. p.n., Ramah : (a) 
a town of Benjamin; (b) a town 
of Ephraim, called also CD^nm 
CSV; (c) a town of Naphtali; 
(d) nSV^D rim a town in Gi- 
lead, 'called also ri\m, n'lO&n 
Ramoth Gilead; (e) *IT? nCH same 
as VY?: ^HDn a Ramathite. 

. . » • T T 

HVlDn f., pile, heap of dead bodies, 

Eze. 32:5. 
q.-j-) m# _ i. height, Pro. 25:3.— II. 

haughtiness. 
D-n m. Ch., height. 
Dh m., nttin f.— I. height, Hab. 3 : 

10. — II. on high, haughtily, Mic. 

2:3. 
n)D-n p.n. of a place. 
DD*n m., extolling praise; pi. const 
T niDpn, Ps. 149:6. 



on ( -24-3 ) 

n-lftpn f., exaltation, majesty, with 

suff. ^nppMsa. 33:3. 
"tf^PRDBh p. n. of a man. 
riDT p.n., a town of Issachar. 
DlID m, — I. high, on high, height. — 

II. a high place. — III. haughtiness ; 

adv. haughtily. 
Di"ip '•p p.n., a lake in the north of 

Canaan, 2a/io^wvtrtf. 

r.ft-'nJn f. — I. contribution, gift. — II. 

offering to God. — III. sacrificial 

gift, heave-offering. 
.Tp-'nn f., offering, Eze.48:12. 

•) I (Arab, conquer). Hithpa. part. 
j31irip overcome (of wine), Ps. 78 : 
65. 

. y/C\ (pret. JH; inf. Jp) was evil, 
with WyS displeased. Niph. (fut. 
y'l"i;j.— l.'got worse, Pro. 13:20.— 
II. suffer evil, injury, Pro. 11:15. 
Hiph. JTin, Snn I. did evil. — II. 
did evi/ to, afflicted; part. X/"ip, 
JPllO evil doer, with t>, ?& ty, 3. 
Hith. VV.1*inn suffered injury, Pro. 
18:24. 



nn 



JH in pause V"l m., njn f— I. wicked. 

- T ' "t T 

II. /ataZ, deadly. — III. calamitous. 
IV. sad. — V. ill-favoured. — VI. s. : 
(a) wickedness-, (b) /iarm, injury, 
calamity. 
)T), yi") m. — I. badness, evil condition. 
— II. sadness of countenance, Ecc. 
7:3. 

I. ]PT\ shout, call together, tyl, Isa. 

8 : 9. Hiph. yin ( P i. win).— I. 

shouted— 11. sounded a trumpet. Pil. 
fut. yy~\\ there shall be shouting, 
Isa. 16:10. Hithpal. shouted. 



]T) m., shouting, crying out; see also 

njn. 

^ T 

ny-1"iri f. — I. shout of joy. — II. shout 
of battle. — III. sound of a trumpet. 

Ml I. ran, ran to, after. — II. rushed 
upon, with ?K, ?y_. — III. ran into 
for a refuge, with 3. — IV. hastened. 
— V. did a thing readily, Hab. 2 : 
2. Part. pi. D^^p runners, cou- 
riers. Pil. y$)l ran swiftly, Nah. 
2:5. Hiph. I. caused to run. — II. 
brought quickly. — III. stretched out 
his hands quickly, Ps. 68:32. 

P"lD m., a race, Ecc. 9:11. 

n\*np f. — I. mode of running. — II. 
course of life. See also ^V" 1 - 
p-n; see p^l. 

IT) spat, Lev. 15:3. 
"in m. — I. spittle, 1 Sa. 21:14.-11. 
whey, Job 6:6. 
BT1 ; see B*h. 

w-\ I was poor, in wan*, Ps. 34:11; 

part. 65H, ^^1 poor, a poor man. 

Hith. fc^inn /ginned tomse// 

poor, Pro. 13:7. 
t^n, t^n, K^n m., poverty. 
Jin p. n. of a woman, Ruth. 

i III diminished, brought low, Zep. 2: 

11. Niph. was wasted away, Isa. 

17:4. 
HP m. — I. lean (of cattle), Eze. 34: 

20. — II. barren (of land), Nu. 13: 

20. 
*n m., destruction; y *p woe is me: 
|1T1 m., icasting, destruction. See alsG 

in }T_> 

nn root not used ; (Arab. cr/«Z owZ). 
iinp m., lamentation, Jer. 16:5. 
nnp cry of merriment, Am. 6:7. 



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vm 



QV") laid hold on, Job 15:12. 

- T ' 

jrl (Arab. weighty); part. D*OP c/ii<?/s, 
princes. 
)1P m., prince ; see also HP. 
|1P p.n., Rezon, king of Damascus. 

Jin 1 was widened, enlarged, opened. 
Niph. part, enlarged, extended, 
Isa. 30:23. Hiph. 3*Pnn I. made 
broad. — II. with ^Q!3 extended his 
desires, enlarged itself. — III. open- 
ed the heart, mouth, fyc. — IV. with 
?, liberated, made room for, gave 
way. 

I. 2m m., mrn f., broad, large, ex- 

tensive, capacious ; with DP" 1 broad 
on both hands, very broad; with 
2 ? of unlimited desires. 

II. Urn p. n., Rahab, the woman of 
Jericho. 

niTl m., plenty, Job 36: 16; 38: 18. 

2ni m.(with suff.narn).— I. breadth, 
width. — II. extent, expanse, Job 
37:10. — III. with ij? eartenf o/ 
understanding, 1 K. 5:9. 

urn, aim f. (pi. nbrn).— i. broad, 

open place in a town, square, street, 

market-place. — II. 1PI") TV2 and 

in") p. n., a town in the north of 

the tribe of Asher; a Syrian city 

near it was called IIPI") JTQ D"lN 

and nh"l D*}«.— III. rib PI"! p.n.,' 

(a) the name of a well ; (b) T'y P 

a town in Assyria; (c) "P3PI P a 

town on the Euphrates. 

•irTQPn p.n. of a man. 
■» : ■ : 

DJJirn p. n., Rehoboam, the son of 
Solomon, king of Judah. LXX. 
'Po/3oa/^. 



Dn"!P m. — 1. wide places. — II pros-\ 
perity, considered as freedom. 

pirn, pryii see pm. 

D^m Ketib for D^PP; see EPP 

• T • T* 

P.N ) m. dual, pair of millstones. 

7m1 f. — I. a ewe. — II. any sheep. I 
— III. p. n., Rachel, the wife of jj 
Jacob; LXX. 'Pa^A. 

titll or DPH 2oi>e<2, Ps. 18:2. Pi. 

- T T 

DPI") loved, pitied, had mercy on, j 
with accus. ?JJ. Pu. DPP obtain- 1 
ei mercy. 
DPP, nDPn m., the aquiline vulture; 

T T T |T T ' * 

vultur percnopterus (Linn.), Lev. 

11:18; Deu. 14:17. 
D-1PP m., merciful (of God only). 
D-1PP p. n. of a man. 
DPP, DPI"} m. (f. Jer. 20: 17).— I. the 

womb. — II. a girl; dual DTlDPII. 

— III. Dpi") p. n. of a man. 
D^pP m. pi. — I. the viscera.— 

pity, mercy. 
PPPQ m. pi. Ch., mercy. 
Will! m., f. pi. ni»J»Pn tender, mer^ 

• t : - ' * • t : - 

ciful, Lam. 4: 10. 

&jrn shook, trembled, Jer. 23:9. Pi. 
P]PI"! fluttered, hovered, Deu. 32 : 
11; part, Diprpft hovering, brood- 
ing (of the Spirit of God), Gen. 
1:2. 

|Tn(fut.friT; imp.^Pj"), pi. WPP; | 
inf. yrn, Pl^n*}) washed himself: 
or another; washed away. Pu. was j 
washed. Hith. washed himself, Job | 
9:30. 
f*Pn m., washing, Ps. 60: 10. 
nVPI") f., washing-place for sheep, 
(ant. 4:2 ; 6:6. 






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rn"") Ch. Ith. depend on, trust to, Dan. 
3:28. 

prTl (fut. pQPl*; inf.nf^n")) I.tiHwdw- 
tont. — II. /jepf af a distance, with- 
drew himself. Pi. pIT"} placed at a 
distance, forsook. Hiph. p*rnn I. 
caused to be distant. — II. went to 
a distance ; inf. prTin adv., afar 
off. 

pni m., one ivho forsakes, Ps. 73:27. 

pirn m., n[Tirn f. — I. a distance, 
interval. — II. distant. — III. out of 
reach. — IV. difficult, Pro. 31:10 
v (i. e., brought from afar, precious) ; 
piTO afar off; pirng from, at 
a distance (of time or space) ; 
p'imtj? at a distance (time or 
space); pinTIJJ to a distance. 

p^ni m. Ch., distant, Ezr. 6:6. 

pnip m. (pi. D^jprnp), distance, dis- 
tant part. 

pmD m., the same; pi. D k pn"lB. 

1 t : ~ • 

t^ni threw up, bubbled up (as a 
spring), Ps. 45:2. 
n^rnD f., pot for boiling. 
nni; see PI-I"). 

DtO^ (fut. 30")*) was we* (with rain), 

Job 24 : 8. 
lb"1 m., moist, fresh, Job. 8:16. 

(Arab, the same), 
ntn, -13m* ; see 1ST. 

t r .. .. ' - T 

tOtO*n root not used ; Ch. trembled ; 

"" T 

Syr. the same. 
DKfl m., trembling, Jer. 49:24. 

fc^SD*) grew; /ftwfc, rnoi5«, Job 33:25. 

$£3*1. Pi. 6?B"1 smote, fciMed. Pu. 

M?t>re killed. 
n; see nfl. 



r» 



2 stm \ (pret. 3^ nil nil*"!; inf.abs. 
1"1; inf. const, and imp. 1**1; fut. 
in*). — I. disputed, quarrelled with, 
with DJ*. n«, ^K, 3.— II. defended, 
with ?. — III . opposed, with ?JJ. — IV. 
decided a cause favourably. Hith, 
part. inp opposed, contended witn. 

in, in m. (pi. D*in, nbnj. — i. 

controversy, suit. — II. quarrel, 

strife. 
■On p. n. of a man. 
1"1* m., an adversary, Hos. 5:13; 

10:6. 
in* m. — I. the same. — II. p.n. of a 

man. 
*!**"}* p. n. of a man. 
fel%» H^3"5* P- n -> titles of Gideon. 
nmp f. — I. s£ri/e, contention. — II. 

p. n., a spring in the desert of 

Sinai. 

nn, nnn, nn ; see ron. 

Dn same as D&O. 

J>n> ynn, see gri ; y_n, see nj}\ 

niS <>ta ] f. pi., grain. 
nsn p. n., one of Japhet's sons, and 
his descendants. 

p k "l. Hiph. p^n — I. emptied. — II. 

made empty, poured out. — III. drew 

a sword, made ready for war, Gen. 

14:14. Hoph. py\\l was poured 

out. 
p*"l m. — I. empty. — II. an empty, vain 

thing. — III. in vain. — IV. adv. p*"], 

p*"y in vain. 
pn., ph m., nj?n f.— I. empty. — II. 

hungry, poor. — III. unimportant, 

Deu. 32:47. — IV. worthless in 

character. 
Dpn adv. — I. emptily. — II. empty 



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w 



handed. — III. without cause. 

without effect. 
T") ran; see 1-1"). 
&>\ ^1 poverty} see &H\ 
1*1^"), Job 8:8; same as f\Wir\ first. 

Ti> V: see -p-i. 

^3^ (fut. 12^.; inf. nb - !).— I.rotie on 
a horse, ass, or camel. — Il.metaph. 
of God on the clouds or wind, with 
?y_, 2), accus. ; part. 2 D"l a horse- 
man. Hiph. I. caused to ride. — II. 
carried in a chariot. — III. placed 
upon. — IV. caused to be ridden, 
Hos. 10:11. 

201 m. (f. Nah. 2:5). — I. riding, 
a rider. — II. the upper millstone 
(that which rides). — III. a chariot, 
chariots. 

2D "I p. n. — I. Rechab, the father of 
Jonadab, from whom the Recha- 
bites (D*QD"!) were descended. — 
II. used also of other men. 

I-ID 1 ! m., vehicle, chariot, Ps. 104:3. 

22H m. — I. horseman. — II. charioteer. 

T ~ 

33"lQ m. — I. any carriage to ride in, 
Lev. 15:9. — II. chariots, IK. 5:6. 

nn|>")D f. (with suff. inninp ; pi. 

T fl'U|n.?D, nnSID), a chariot. 
ni3"lP f., the same. 
HD"! p. n. of a place unknown. 
^•im. wealth; see B>m. 
^"O"! slander; see ?2H. 

• T 

:j Jj was timid, gentle. Niph. was 
timid; fut. tp\ Pu. was softened, 
Isa. 1:6. Hiph. ^IJl rendered 
timid, Job 23: 16. 
Tp m., PISH f. — I. tender, young — 
11. object of care. — III. effeminate. 
— IV. weak, timid, gentle. — V. 



tender-eyed, i.e. having sore eyes, 
Gen. 29:17. 
"ip f., effeminacy, Deu. 28:56. 

7J 1 went to and fro, travelled as a \ 
merchant ; part. ?2)~l, f. n?D") a 
merchant, dealer. 

7D"1 p. n., a town of Judah. 

/^"l m.' — I. a busy body. — II. slan- 
der; ?*3*1 "Tjpn he went about tale 
bearing. 

n?D"1 f., merchandise (Ezekiel only). 

n?3"ip f., merchandise, Eze. 27:24. 

D5^ Hed, fastened. Ex. 28:28; 39: 
21. 

D2H m., fc^K ^DDl combinations, ar- 
tifices, Ps. 31:21. 

D2H m., pi. C'DD") rugged places, 
Isa. 40:4. 

\U J I acquired, gained (Genesis only). 

^•13*1, £01 m., property, wealth. 

E501 m -» sit?i/£ species of horse. 
Dl, n£"l, see D-ll; Dl same as DX1 

t' t t' •• •• : 

Hu 1 I. threw. — II. sAo* f/>i£/i a bow 

T T 

Pi. HDl deceived, lit. threw down. 
HOI, KB! Ch. — I. threw.— II. tm- 

posed tribute, lthpe. were thrown 

placed. 
T\m, flEH; see DID1- 
n'lDl n-IDI; see D-TV 

T T 

iT'fpl f. — I. deceit. — II. negligence. 

ITE)*! p.n. of a man. 

HEHft f. — l. deceit, artifice. — II. p.n. 

of a man. 
nElfl f., deceit, craft, Jud. 9:31. 
nn?Hn (H-lOiri) f., the same. 

ntil m. (pi. CD^np") ; with suff 

Dn^npi) a spear. 
»tSl pi. DWH same as D*W$5 **« 

Syrians. 



•pi 



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njn 



^]OT f., a mare, Est. 8:10. 
f^vKPl p. n., Remaliah, the father of 
Pckah, king of Israel. 

0EH (pret.pl. -V3"), -1D1) was high, 
lofty; part. f. nODVl Ajgft. Niph. 

(imp. pi. -lenn ; T fut. pi. •i©*^) too* 

raised, Eze. 10:15, 17, 19. 
nj£)1 f., a worm, worms. 

T * 

ji^"] m. — I. a pomegranate fruit or 
free. — II. an artificial imitation of 
the fruit. — III. p. n.: (a) a city of 
Simeon; (b) a city near Gibeah ; 
(c) an idol of the Syrians; (d) 
nNhsri ]\tSn a town of Zebulun; 
(e) f i.S f\&) one of the stations 
of the Israelites. 

012*] I. trampled on, trod on. — II. 
valkedin; part. DEH an oppressor, 
Isa. 16:4. Niph. was trodden 
down, Isa. 28:3. 
DD"lD m., that ichich is trampled 
under foot. 

fcJ^P*") I. move (as a quadruped). — II. 
creep (as a reptile). 
"fc^En m. collec. — I. reptiles. — II. small 
land animals. — III. sea creatures, 
perhaps seals, Ps. 104:25. 

nDI; see D-ll 

T\y*\ rang, rattled, Job 39:23. 

\y~] (fut. fV). — l.sung. — 11. shouted. — 
III. invited. — IV. called for help. 
Pi. 1 3") I. sung,rejoiced, with 2, ?V_- 
— II. sung of, celebrated, with 7, 
P$- Pu. fut. |3"P there shall be 
singing, Isa. 16:10. Hiph. fOIH 
I. caused to sing. — II. rejoiced. 
Hith. see in |-1"l. 
P"l m., pi. D^3"| ostriches, Job 39: 13. 



1133*} f., singing, rejoicing. 

p m., pi. D^in songs, Ps. 32:7. 

PI 3*1 f. — 1. singing, shout of joy. — II. 
a shout or cry of any kind. — III. a 
cry for help. — IV. p. n. of a man. 

jp \ m. — I. bridle, halter. — II. p. n. a 
city of Assyria. 

DD"! sprinkled, Eze. 46 : 14. 
DD1 p.n., one of the stations in the 

wilderness. 
D^D^p"! m. pi. — 1. sprinkling, drop, 
Cant. 5:2. — II. fractures, Am. 6: 
11. 
V"), 5H, jn, see SJTlj VJ, see gn, n^H- 

iJ"J (fut. 3JTV).— I. was hungry.— U. 

hungered for, was famished. — III. 

suffered from famine, with ?. 

Hiph. S^in allowed, caused to 

suffer hunger. 

Djn m., n^yi f., hungry, famishing. 

SIT) m. — I. hunger. — II. famine. 
. r t . 

|12jn, const. P3y."} m., the same. 

*7$H (fut. "Ijn*) trembled, Ps. 104:32. 
Hiph. the same. 

n^-if., 

njTl (fut. n££; apoc. JTl*).— I. fed. 

— II. consumed. — III. devastated. 

— IV. fed on, delighted in. — V. 
associated with. — VI. fed cattle. — 
VII. governed a people. — VIII. 
nourished. — IX. for yyi injured, 
oppressed; part. HlTl a shepherd. 
Pi. Hjn became a companion, Jud. 
14:20. Hiph. pres. aff. PJTV 
ruled them, Ps. 78:72. Hith. 
iljnnn was intimate with, became 
a companion, with fltf- 

5Di njn, gn m. ( P i. with suff. -injn 



trembling, awe. 



njn 



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XQT 



for •in^Tj) — I. a friend, neighbour, 
companion, lover; W#, — ]T\ one--- 
the other. — II. thought, will, Ps. 
139:2, 17; see also Jfl"l. 

!"ljn f., pi. niyi female friend, com- 
panion. 
H{h f., evil, 8fc; see JH in JM"!- 
HJp breaking; see yjTV 

n-1V"1 f. — I. friend, neighbour. — II. 
with ITn feeding on the wind. 

D-ljn f. Ch., tms/i, will. 

•1JT) p.n. of a man. 

?S-}jn p.n. of a man. 

*JH m., pasture. 1 Ki. 5:3. 

*jn m., a shepherd. 

>, ]}'l p.n. of a man. 

!"P}n f., female companion, friend. 

}i s jn m., desire, pursuit. 

jVy*] m. Ch., desire, purpose, thought. 

]rh m. (with suff. -injriD; pi. 

D^JTip) desire, purpose, thought. 
nJTlD m., pasture. 
JVjriJ? f. — l.pasturing, feeding cattle. 

— II. a flock. 

7^1. Hoph. 75?"}n were thrown (of 
javelins), Nan. 2:4. 
?jn m. — I. trembling, giddiness, Zee. 
12 : 2.- II. pi. nV?JT! t> eito, Isa.3 : 19. 
JlvST] p. n. of a man. 
i"P]JHfl f., trembling, staggering. 

Uy\ (fut. DyY). — I. resounded, roared 

(of the sea). — II. was excited,Eze. 

27:35. Hiph. D*jnil I. thundered. 

— II. caused anger, vexation. 

Djn m. — I. thunder. — II. tumult, 

rage, Job 39:25. 
nipjn f.— 1. rage, Job 39:19.-11. 
p. n. of a city of Cush. 
Dppjn, DDpjn (torn of the sun), 



p. n. — I. the district which form* 
the eastern boundary of Egypt, 
called also Goshen. — II. a city 
built there by the Israelites. 

[5T\ Pil. \yy~\ was green. 
pyi m. — I. green, flourishing. — II. 
prosperous. — III. surrounded with 
foliage, Cant. 1 : 16. — IV. anointed, 
Ps. 92:11. 
|33D m ' Ch., green, flourishing. 

^21 ( fut ^l ; inf - ny'"l).— I. broke, 
broke to pieces. — II. crushed. Niph. 
fut. gVl* and Hiph. ]T}^; see in 
Vjn. Hith. Pjrnnn was broken 
to pieces, ruined. 
V]T\ Ch. (fut. f. JpFI), fcroAe. Pa. 

the same. 
r\yn f., breaking ; iljn jt^ a broken 
tooth. 

&]JH and Hiph.Ppjnn /owed, fctf aro/>. 
rj/n crushed, overpowered, oppressed. 

t^JTl(fut.^i;T), was shaken, trembled. 
Niph. quaked (of the earth), Jer. 
50:46. Hiph. I. shook.— II. filled 
with eagerness (of a horse), Job 
39:20. 
E^y") m. — I. shaking. — II. an earth- 
quake. — III. rumbling of wheels. — 
IV. rattling of a horse's hoofs, Job 
39:24. —V. any tumult, Job 41: 
21. — VI. the rattling of a spear. 

K^") (imp. NQ-), nS"}; fut. K6T; pi. 
T ' f. n^Sflfi). — L healed. — II. re- 
stored to prosperity, delivered from 
calamity. — III. healed, i. e., re- 
moved transgressions ; part. K£H 
a physician. Niph. N5"l? (pret. f. 

nnsn: ; inf. «ain, nain ; fut 

t t :• •• t"' •• t" ' 



S5"l 



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r]^i 



p) .-IDT.). — I . wasrepaired (a vessel). 
— II. was healed (a person or 
wound). — III. was rendered whole- 
some (water), Eze. c. 47. — IV. was 
restored to prosperity, Isa. 53:5. 
Pi. KS"1 (fat. pi. 13TJ.— I. re- 
paired, 1 Ki. 18:30— II. healed.— 
III. caused to be cured, Ex. 21:19. 
— IV. made wholesome, 2 Ki.2:21. 
Hith. get himself cured. 

7XSH p. n. of a man. 

iT3"l p. n. of a man. 

t t : r 

D^SS") p. n., the name of a people 
inhabiting the country on the east 
of the Dead Sea, supposed to have 
been giants ; called also Hv) 
Piann. 0*Xai PW the valley of 

T TT • T I ' V " 

the Rephaims, close to mount 

Moriah. 
n-IKS"! f., health, Pro. 3:8. 
n'lSQ") f. pi., bandages, remedies. 
fcOtH p.n. of a man. 
KSTD, HSTO m. — I. remedy.— U. 

healing. — III. soundness. See also 

in nQ"1. 
nS-nn f., T healing, Eze. 47 : 12. 

HSD supported himself, Job 41:22; 

fat. 1ST. Pi. I. constructed a 

couch, Job 17:13. — II refreshed, 

Cant. 2:5. 

nTED f., a throne ; Vulg. reclina- 

t • : 

torium, Cant. 3:10. 
DH I| Q1 p.n., Rephidim, a station in 
the wilderness. 

iSil (fut. HBT, PIT).— I. hung down 
(the hands). — II. declined (the day). 
— III. sank down (fuel in the fire), 
Isa.5 : 24 . — IV. gave way (to anger), 
Jud. 8:3 ; with JD. — V. became 
weak, Jer. 49:24. — VI desisted. 



Niph. part. D*Q13 became, wert 
idle, Ex. 5:8, I7,'&c. Pi. nS"l I. 
allowed to hang down, Eze. 1 : 24, 
25. — II. weakened (part. XSHD). 
Hiph. n£fin (imp.apoc. Ppfl; fut. 
apoc. t|T) I. ceased from, with 
jp. — II. withheld. — III. gave up. — 
IV. let go. — V. ceased. Hith. re- 
laxed himself, was slothful. 

nSl m. (pi. f. rrta*T), weak. 

HiD") p. n. ; see in ^SH. 

. T T r 

P^Q") m., weakness, Jer. 47:3. 
X3")D m., yielding, Ecc. 10:4; see 
also in XiD~l. 
HSn p. n. of a man. 

DS1, w^T\ trampled down. Niph. 
part. E^Q")3 disturbed by trampling. 
Hith. D3"inn submitted, humbled 
himself. 

D|H Ch., the same. 

£• 21D water made muddy by tram- 
pling, Eze. 34: 19. 

nHD3*1 f.pl., floats, rafts, 2 Ch. 2: 
15.* 

5|§""}. Po. t)Q*n trembled. 

pS*"}. Hith. trembled, Cant. 8:5. 

K>S1 ; see DETI. 

- T 

By^l m., mwd, Isa. 57:20. 

Q nS*n m. pi., stalls for oxen, Hab. 

3": 17. 
p, *¥"!, see pV"! ; u»V> see pH- 

"^"^"l, Eze. 1 : 14; same as j*-1"l he ran. 

"TiC"!. Pi. /ie toid waif /or, Ps. 68 : 17. 

" T 

n^*1 (fut. ilST, pn}).— I. approved 

of, took pleasure in, with 3. — II. 

received favourably. — III. loved. — 

IV. fulfilled. — V. associated with, 

17 



1¥"l 



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DPI 



with DV. — VI. was received fa- 
vourably; (part. Wl accepted). 
Niph. Hi"}3 I. was received favour- 
ably. — II. was fulfilled, Isa. 40:2. 
Pi. satisfied by restitution, Job 20: 

10. Hiph. fulfilled, Lev. 2G:34. 
Hith. made himself acceptable, 
1 Sa. 29:4. 

|i¥*l m. — I. approbation, favour 
(fl^'lT 5 , H /V_ acceptable, well- 
pleasing). — II. object of approba- 
tion. — III. will, pleasure, choice. — 
IV. uncontrolled will, violence, Gen . 
49 : 6. — V. enjoyment. 

PR*") (fut. n^t) struck fatally, killed; 
with or without WEI ; part. H^l 
homicide. Niph. was killed. Pi. 
killed habitually, was a murderer 
by profession. Pu. be killed, Ps. 

62:4.-inv"jn for -inyin, -in-yin 

Pi^l m. — I. crushing, Ps. 42: 1 1. — 

11. slaughter, Eze. 21:27. 
&0¥1 P- n. of a man. 

P^"! p.n., Rezin, king of Syria. 

^£*t pierced, bored, Ex. 21:6. 
y^yp m., an awl. 

*\*$*~\ covered, overlaid, Cant. 3: 10. 
P|)n m. — I. burning coals, 1 Ki. 19:6. 

— II. p. n., a city of some country 

subdued by the Assyrians. 
nS^"l f. — I. burning coal, Isa. 6:6. 

— II. an inlaid pavement. — III. 

p. n., Rizpah, the concubine of 

Saul. 
JlS^IP f., the pavement on which 

the brasen sea stood, 2 Ki. 16:17. 

yyi (fut. flT, pn). — I. bruised, 
broke, crushed.— II. oppressed. — III. 
became broken, burst. — IV. relaxed 






himself, Isa. 42:3. Niph. p"13 
was bruised. Pi. Y^") I. bruised, 
— II. oppressed. Po. f'jfl"! the 
same; see also in ^-1"l- Hiph. 
bruised ; fut. f*VFlV Hithpo. 
struggled together, Gen. 25:22* 

jH m. (pi. const. ^*T), swioM F :<2ce °f 
silver, Ps. 68:31. 

nv-np f., oppression, Jer. 22 : 17 ; see 
also in ^-TV 

PI P">> *i?1.; see W 3 " 1, 

pi; see p'H- 

*2,TT~\ (fut. 21211) became rotten, de 
cayed. 
Dpi m , decay, rottenness. 
pip"] m., the same, Job 41:19. 

*lp*l leaped, danced. Pi. the same. 

Hiph. made to leap, Ps. 29:6. 
Hgl Pp"]; see pp"l- 

HP"! (fut. nf^'n''.) compounded, pre- 
pared, Ex. 30: 33; part, npl a co»7- 
pounder of drugs and aromatics. 
Pu. part. D^ilpIP compound, oint- 
ment, 2 Chron.' 16:14. Hiph. 
threw in spices, Eze. 24: 10. 
np~l m., perfuming, the preparing of 

perfumes, Cant. 8:2. 
npl m., ointment, Ex. 30:25, 35. ■ 
np"1 m., apothecary, perfumer ; f. pi. 

T ninf?i- 

D^np") m. pi., perfumes, Isa. 57:9. 

n^")P m., pi. Cn^'ip perfumes, 
Cant. 5:13. 

nnpip f. — I. a pot of ointment, Job 
41:23.-11. spices eaten as condi- 
ments, Eze. 24:10. 

nnpip f., perfumery. 

y.VVeeypI; P'P> see PP" 1 * 
D|P*1 streaked; part. Dp"ls. an emiroi 



Dpi 



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om 



erer. Pu. wrought with art (met. 

of Christ's mystical body), Ps. 

139:15. 
nftj?"] f. — I. embroidery. — II. variety 

of colours, Eze. 17:3; dual D?riDi?"l 
* embroidered on both sides, Jud. 5: 

30. 
Dpi p. n. — I. a town of Benjamin. — 

II. of a man. 

yp*n I. stretched out (of God in crea- 
tion). — II. stamped on, 2 Sa. 22: 
43. — III. stamped with the feet, 
Eze. 6:11. Pi. I. beat into thin 
plates. — II. covered with a thin 
plate of gold, Isa. 40: 19. Pu. part. 
overlaid, Jer. 10:9. Hiph . stretched 
out, Job 37: 18. 

V^pl m. — I. the expanse of heaven, 
atmosphere, sky, Vulg. firmamen- 
tum. — II. a canopy (Ezekiel only). 

D^VIpl m. pi., plates of metal, Nu. 
17:3. 

pp 1 same as pl^ spit, with 3; fut. 
|TV, Lev. 15:8^ 
p^pl m., a thin cake, 
pi m. (with suff. *j>H) spittle, 
pi m., T\p1 f. (Arab, icas thin) thin, 

lean, Gen. c. 41. 
pi adv. — I. only. — II. certainly, i. e. 
this only. — III. except, with a ne- 
gative. 
Tipl f. — I. the temple (of the head), 
T Jud.4:21,22; 5 : 26.— II. the cheek, 
Cant. 4:3; 6:7. 
\)p1 p.n., a town of Dan. 
J"l|?"] P- n -> a town of Naphtali. 
plj see BTl- 
&1, Kh Kal imp., from £h*. 

n£/ 1 root not used ; (Syr. he gave). 



]VW1 m., grant, permission, Ezr. 3:7. 
JYKH beginning; see rT^NT in 

DKH wrote, decreed, Dan. 10:21. 
_ T 

DKH Ch., the same. 

y\U~\ was, acted, wickedly, unjustly, 

impiously. Hiph. ^Wll I. con- 

demned. — II. declared, proved 

guilty. — III. acted wickedly. 

Wl m., nyWI f.— I. wicked.— II. 

T T ' T T : 

guilty, faulty. 
V&1 m. (with suff. 1J?u^ ,= }) wickedness, 

impiety, injustice; pi. D^SJH- 
njJKH f. — I. ivickedness. — II. /<rraZ£, 

T Deu. 25:2. 
Djn^Kh p.n.; see }^-13. 
n^gHp f., wickedness, 2 Chron. 24:7. 

Pw J m. (pi. const. "'SJ^l). — I. a burn- 
ing coal, Cant. 8: 6. — II. lightning. 
III. '"I V}]} burning arroius, Job 
5:7; m'p ^W1 the same, Ps. 
76:4. — IV. burning disease, Deu. 
32:24.— V. lust, Cant. 8:6.— VI. 
p. n. of a man. 

W$\ Po. Wl reduced, subdued, 
Jer. 5:17. Pu. W1 was sub- 
dued, Mai. 1:4. 
fcJ^ISJHPI I. p.n., Tarshish, some country 
far distant from Canaan; n'l'OK 
'Pi probably merchant ships. — II. 
a precious stone, probably the to- 
paz. — III. p. n. of a man. 

ri£h Kal inf., from G$h*. 

nri i. Pi. and Hiph. boil, caused to 
boil. Pu. was boiled, agitated, 
Job 30:27. 
nm m., boiling, Eze. 24:5. 

Dtn bind, yoke, Mic. 1:13. 



Dm ( 052 ) HP 

the broom ; *)^ looked ^ exam i ned} Neh> 2 



Dpi m. (pi. D s pri1), 

in Spanish, retama. 
HDfn p. n., one of the stations in 

the wilderness. 

pn I (Arab, joined). Niph. was 
bound, Ecc. 12:6, Kri. Pu. the 
same, Nah. 3:10. 
p'lFn m., a chain, Eze. 7 :23. 

nip-inn (nipw) f. pi., chains, 1 Ki. 

6:21. 
mpri"l f. pi., the same, Isa. 40: 19. 

ni"n (Syr. he trembled) ; see BED. 
nni m., trembling, Hos. 13:1. 

XB> Kal imp. and inf. from fcfe. 

**l^(^ m., tear en. 
nK2> from Kfe>l 

*n!3^ same as ^?D, fu>is£. 
Ijlit^ m ., entangled branch, 2 Sa. 1 8 : 9 . 
*?pb> m., pi. D t 03£ > ornaments of 

wreathing, 1 Ki. 7 : 17. 
riD2K> f. — I, network on the capitals 
of pillars. — II. lattice, 2 Ki. 1 : 2. — 
III. a net, Job 18:8. 
KD2b> same as &02D. 
D3K> HDlb p. n., a city of the Reu- 

t : * t : • * 

benites. 

yZlbs. J/5*r was f u M> satisfied, sur- 
feited, with 3, | p. Pi. satisfied. 
Hiph. filled, with ? of the person; 
with 3, }D o/ the thing. 

jn*K> m., nVl"^ f-,full, satisfied, sur- 
feited. 

])2W m., abundance. 

JDB> m., the same; JJ3fe6 *o Me /uM. 

nin^, njnfc> f., the same, Eze. 16: 
49. 



13, 15; with 2. Pi. looked to t 
hoped for or in, with ?N, 7. 

nnb m. (with suff. nnfeo, *op«. 

?\Jk7 same as ri3£\ Hiph. I. increased, 

T T T T * ' 

Job 12:23. — II. magnified, Joh 

36:24. 
fcOK' Ch., increased, became great. 
K\fe m., Mi Grea* One (of God), 

Job 36:26; 37:23. 
&Oafe> m., nK*|b f. Ch.— 1. g-ra7*.— 

II. much, many. — III. greatly. 

uaw was exalted. Niph. I. was lofty, 
exalted. — II. was secure, Pro. 18: 

10. Pi. I. raised, placed in security. 
— II. made poiverful, Isa. 9:10. 
Pu. pass, of Pih., Pro. 29:25. 
Hiph. was lofty, Job 36:22. 

3W, n^b p. n. of a man. 

1|*E>B m.'fwith suff. »3|bl?).--I. a 

hill, strong place. — II. refuge (of 

God). 

ft& same as K3fc\ Pil. SIW cause 

- T T T •• ; • 

to grow; according to others, from 
MD he fences, Isa. 17:11. 

T\j& increased, became great. Hiph. 
increased, Ps. 73 : 1 2. 

*"!£•*. Pi. harrowed. 

- T . 

D" 1 ^ p. n., the valley of the Dead 
Sea, Siddim. 

TTjW m. (with suff. -inib ; pi. ririb ; 
''const. rin&, HP).— I. a field.— 

11. Me country. — HI. any country ; 
TS~)P B^K husbandman ; r~l*n 

2N1E ni^ the land of Moab ; 
D^K n*1.^ Mesopotamia. 
H£* sing., the same. 



v»b 



re wit 



nnnb; see Y1D 
nb same as rvb- 

*in^ (Syr. and Ch. IHD bat 
ness). 

TH^ m., eye witness, Job 1G: 19. 

nnQK' f. Ch., testimony, Gen. 31 :47 
D^in.K' crescents; see 1HD- 
Nip Kal inf., from KBO- 
3-lb; see 3*b- 
^ib; see "pb>. 

-n^ same as MD drove back, 2 Sa. 1 : 
22. 

UlG? same as P!*b Jo meditate, Gen. 
24:63. 

tO ^ tarn asz'ete, Ps. 40 : 5. 
D>pb, D^Dp m. pi., they who turn 
aside to, Ps. 101: 3; Hos. 5 : 2. 
^[w /jetig-eti wi/A M 0/7U . pi] ^ib 
the same, Job 10: 11. 
i)b m., 

roib f, 

T ' 

Hbib p. n., a town of Judah 

♦JIDJ'SJ* a Succothite. 

n^-lbp, riD-lDD f., a f Aor/l hedge 

3^ D^ (fat. 0^, D^j apoc. 
Dg» Dg»|;inf.abs. Gib; const. 
D-1B>, W; imp. D^', nD^).— I. 
placed, set. — U. set up.— III. set 
in array.— IV. placed aside. — V. 
with 'py, #>* orer.-VI. with hv_, 
place upon.— VII. with S>, 2, to, »n^ 
pwte *o a?iy one.— VIII. With ^> Ob 
named.— IX. with i»B> p/aced His 
name (of the Lord), 'i.e. the true 
worship.— X. with or without )2,b 
set his heart, considered, regarded, 

with to bx, >.— xi. with a!? to 

or 3? ?K or np| considered, laid 



a bough, Jud. 9:48, 49 



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to heart.— Xll. J? to 0-lb Ae 
considered.— XIII. with fa^ con- 
sidered, set before him. — XIV. with 
; 2 OTK2 /ie tuld.— XV. PJS D-lb 
/teamed up tcraiA. (For other idio- 
matic usages of D-lb see concor- 
dance.) Hiph. (imp. W&n ; part. 
O^bp) pioce, set. Hoph. oxm 
placed; fut. DJSW- 

D-lb Ch. — I. appointed. — II. with D^p 
maite a decree.— III. with *?, ?J7 DJjJL) 
regarded. — IV. with ^ to en- 
deavoured. — V. 'Q >^ dW rcamed. 
Ithpe. DbijlN I. was made, p/aeed. 
—II. with DJ^p was dea-eed. 

np-lbri f., with Hi a deposit, Lev. 5: 
*21;£6:2.] 

"fi&P I. governed; fut. "lb»l, Jud. 9: 
22. Hiph. T£>n appointed princes, 
Hos. 8 :4. — II. same as T1T0 s/roye, 
contended, Hos. 12:5. — III. same 
as "VI D departed. — IV. same as 
Ch. *lpi Ae sawed, 1 Chron. 20:3; 

fut. -ibh. 

. . - T- 

■"HIS? f., a row;, in rows, Isa. 28:25; 
(Arab, the same). 

M?, M? (fut. EWJ, [ftty inf. 

abs. bib; const. Vlb; T imp. 



6W) rejoiced, exulted in, with 3, 

.. «" 

JW "!•> joy, rejoicing. 
EJ^bO m., ;oy. 
Db; see rvb- 

nn^ stDom, Isa. 25 : 11. Hiph. over- 
flowed, Ps. 6:7. 
\T\W m., swimming, Eze. 47:5. 

Un^ squeezed, crushed, Gen. 40: 11. 

pH^ I. laughed.— 11. with ^ appro- 
ved.— III. with to laughed 'at.— IV 



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^3fe» 



with h despised. — V. caused laugh- 
ter. p\. pnfc> (inf. prfo; fut.pnk"). 

—[.rejoiced, sported.— II. played on 
an instrument, 2 Sa. 6:21. — III. 
made sport, Jud. 16: 25.— IV. skir- 
mished, 2 Sa. 2 : 14. Hiph. derided, 
with *?JJ, 2Chron. 30:10. 

p'W, phfe' m— I. laughter.— II. swfc- 
jec* or oojecf o/ laughter. 

DriWO m.. oojec* o/ laughter, Hab. 
1:10. 

HW (fut. il^fe*; apoc. bfe*).— i. 
T wen* aside,' Pro. 7 : 25.—' II. weni 
astray, Nu. c. 5. 

D^pb; see tt-lb- 
DtO^ acted yiercety, hardly towards, 

- T 

was hated. 
n»DB>B f., /tatred, Hos. 9 :7, 8. 

y was an adversary to, opposed ; 
"part. ]ti& an adversary, Ps.7 1:13. 
pfe> m. — I. an adversary. — H.jtpSpn 

T ke devil, the great adversary. 
7\yti& f- — I. accusation, Ezr. 4:6. — 
II. p. n. of a well. 
fcOb; see fcttPl 
])WW p. n., one of the peaks of Her- 

mon. 
y& was grey-headed. Part. 3K>, Job 
15:10; Ch. the same. 
yk? m., grey hairs, old age, 1 K. 14 :4. 
PD^ f., the same. 
y 1 ^ m., retirement, 1 K.18:27 
T?' plastered, Deu. 27:2, 4. 

T>K> m., plaster. 
H^, H^ com. (const. nb>,with suff. 

' -in^i Vb), a s/ieep or g-oa*. 
PT^ I. meditated, with 3.— II. sj/ote, 



with h with, or 3 o/. — III. com- 
posed a psalm, sung, with 3. Pil. 
I. uttered, Isa. 55 : 8.— II. meditated, 
Ps. 143:5. 
nb m., purpose, design, Am. 4: 13. 
n^ m ._l. a plant, bush. —U. speech, 
message. — Ul. a complaint. — IV. i 
sorrow, Job 7 : 13. 
niT^ f., complaint, prayer, medita- 
tion. 
WW ; see D-lfc>. 

^, D*3B>, T\W, JX\3W; see "pP. 
rOb* root not used ; (Syr. expected). 
•13& p. n., a place near Ramah. 
»pfe m., "a thunderstorm" (Lee), Job 

'38:36. 
n s 3b f , ofc/ecfs i,of sight or thought), 

T Isa. 2:16. 
n*3B>0 f. (pi. n ; , !, 3^)- — I- fig*™, 
'external image.— II. imagination, 
internal image. 
V2& m., a fcm/e, Pro. 23:2 ; (Arab. 

the same). 
"V3B>, nnW; see "OtP. 

*!p^ placed as a covering, Ex. 33:22. 
•qV m., pi. Dpb Morns, Nu. 33: 55. 
t|fc> m. (with suff. '13K>), a /ence, Lam. 

2:6. 

n3b f., pi. nisfe> spears, Job 40:31. 

niV^P f., a fence, Pro. 15: 19; Isa. 

5:5; see TfiW. 

73^ was wise, careful, skilful, 1 Sa, 

" T 18:30. Pi. acted wisely, designed- 

' ly, Gen. 48: 14. Hiph. I. lookeo 

at.— 11. reflected.— Ul. cared for 

—IV. acted wisely, was wise. — V 

prospered.— VI. made wise, taught 

with b*, h& 3 ; part. W^ J 

thoughtful, prudent.— U.adidacti 



b±r ( 255 ) 

poem (title of Psalms) ; inf. ?3^n, 
^Zs'^n understanding, wisdom, 
with accus. ?. 

?y& Ch. Ith. part.pSFC'p considered, 
looked at, with 3. 

*??b>, ^^ m. (with suff. i^pb).— I. 
understanding, skill. — II. estima- 
tion, esteem, Pro. 3:4. — III. sig- 
nification, Neh. 8:8. 

rvfab ; see !?3D. 

•13n*pDK> f. Ch., understanding, skill, 
Dan. 5:11, 12, 14. 

H?b> I. hired. — II. ferified. Niph. 
hired himself, 1 Sa. 2:5. Hith. 
-I3nb>n the same, Hag. 1 : 6. 
~0&? m. — I. reioard, hire. — II. p. n. 

T T 

of a man. 
1S& m., hire. 

TOfc? m., hired person or thing. 
nTOt^ f., Me ac^ o/ hiring, to /h- 

a9ovv, Isa. 7:20. 
rVT3B>b f. (with suff. »nw).-i. 

wages. — II. reward, Ru. 2: 12. 

"P&? f. (pi. D^b), a gwai/. 

n^?^ trans, for rhpW f.(pl. HID^). 
— I. a garment. — II. any cloth. — 
III. clothing. — IV. p.n., the father 
who was called also 



iy'v 



of Boaz, 
PO7EP. — V. p.n. of a man. 
*P?&^ P- n. of a man. 

fobB>, ^Xfcti m., the left hand 
or side; 7tfbb>p on the left or 
north ; hwri& "or 'B> ^ on or to 
the left or north. 

bwt&rj, ^wbbn, ?wn Hi P h.— 

I. M;en£ tfo £/te Ze/£. — II. wsecZ Me 
Ze/t hand. 
'bti'tiP, »!?DG$> m., )V7N»B> f., 6e- 

t : • t ; * • t ; ' 

longing to the left, on the left. 



r\W J H??^ I. was glad. — II. ex- 
pressed joy. — III. burned brightly, 
with 3, bll, h. Pi. PlSb' matie to 
rejoice, with 7V, p, }Q. Hiph. the 
same. 

rw m. (pi. const, ^npb, >npk> ; f. 

n nQ^) . — I . joyful. — II . expressing 
joy. — III. rejoicing in or at, with 

nnp*K> f. (pi. niniob).— i. joy.— n. 

a festival. — III. merriment. 

nyt±>; see "pD. 

b^bh ; see in Ptfbb. 

rbtiW f. (pi. nftfD*^), garment ; see 

r6pb i. 

!"PDC^ p. n., a king of Edotn. 

T . - 1 u 

n ZjDtv' f., a species of lizard, Pro. 
30:28. 

^0^ (fut. Kjfc*; inf. abs. *Ob, const. 
T «i)b, nSO^, ilfcOb) hated, with 
7> ; part. fcOS^ Aafer, enemy. Niph. 
was hated. Pi. part. fcO^P aw 
enemy. 
&UB> Ch. part. |*KMP, Aaterc. 
nWty f., Aa/red. 

t : • 

^Fm., nK^bf.,Aate<i,Deu.21:15. 
"Vjlt^ p.n., the name of mount Hermon 
among the Amorites. 

U^W; see C]j;D. 

'X^f I. shuddered. — II. feared, Deu. 
32:17, with PJJ. — III. swept, tore 
away as a tempest, Ps. 58:10. 
Niph. a tempest raged, Ps. 50:3. 
Pi. swept away with a tempest, Job 
27:21. Hith. raged like a tem- 
pest, Dan. 11 :40. 

yy& m., TTtyb f.— l. hairy, Gen. 27 : 
11,23. — II. a goat (always with 
D V W). PI. DHW I. probably 



w 



wild goats, lsa. 13:21; 34: 14 .—11. 
showers, Deu.32:2. 

"Vyb p.n., Seir. — I. the district be- 
tween the Dead Sea and the gulf of 
Akabah. — 1 1, a mountain of Judah. 

iTVyb p. n., a district unknown. 

iyb const. 1J$5> m., the hair. 

"Ijfe m. Ch., the hair. 

"\))\y m. — \. a storm, tempest. — II. 
shuddering, horror; same as 1JJD. 

myb f., a tempest. 

rnj^ f- — I. a hair. — II. the hair. 

rnyb' U barley (the plant) ; pi. &*$$? 
barley (the grain). 

D* 1 ")'^ p.n. of a man. 

n£b> f. (dual a?nB^, »0?V ; ™ ith 
T suflf. vna'P; pi.'const." rrinab). 

— I. a fcp.— II. a language. — III. 
words. — IV. brim of a vessel. — V. 
shore of the sea, bank of a rwer. 
— VI. edge, edgirig. — VII. bordw 
of a country, Jud. 7:22. 
nS^. Pi. struck with baldness, lsa- 
3:17. 
nBK>p « oppression," Eng. Ver., lsa. 

T 5:7. 
DS^ m., the chin, the beard. 

T T 

)££> hid, concealed, Deu. 33 : 19. 
p5& 1. clapped the hands, Job 27 .23. 
' ~ —II. sufficed, 1 Ki. 20: 10. Hiph. 
bargained with, lsa. 2 : 6 ; with ^« 
pE)fe> m., contempt, Job 36: 18. 

pi? m. (with suff. ipb; pi. 2W)— 
I. sack-cloth.— II. a sac/t. 

"lp^. Niph. wo* ftownd, fiea", Lam. 

1 : 14. 
"Vp&P. Pi. painted the eyes with sti~ 

\ium (a black powder), lsa, 3:16. 



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IP ; see Tib- 

3H&^. Pu. was interwoven, Job 40: 
17. Hith. the same, Lam. 1:14. 
MIL? p.n. of a man. 
D' ! J' , ~}b , m. pi., branches of a vine. 

TIB* fled, escaped, J03. 10:20; (Arab, 
the same.) 

THE* m., one that escapes. — II. a rem- 
nant, lsa. 1:9. 

TW m., colour; 'b H)3 coloured 
garments (Exodus only). 

*V)p m., only. 

rT*l^ itf«s a prince, prevailed, with 
'by, n«; see T&- 
nib s. f. ; see VrtP- 
"H^ p. n., Sarai (afterwards Sarah), 

the wife of Abraham.. 
nnfe\ -innb p.n. of a man. 

t t: * t t: r 

n"lK ; ?p f., government, lsa. 9 :5, 6 
nib p. n. of a man. 

\£F0 cut, made incisions. Niph. was 
crushed, Zee. 12:3. 

D"1C> m., an incision, Lev. 19:28. 

npX> f., the same, Lev. 21:5. 
DWTp, see HP; VT^, see TiP- 

*H^. Pi- part. f. n?^p twisting 
its course, wandering in all direc- 
tions, Jer. 2:23. 
1\YW m., shoe latchet. 
D*3pHE> p. n. of an Assyrian eunuch. 

y*!^ part. J?W stretched out, mon- 
strously prolonged (of a limb). 
Hith. stretched himself out, lsa. 
28:20. 

D^BJTlb thoughts; see C|VD- 

PH^ 1. burned, consumed. — II. burned 
spices at a funeral. — III. baked 






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bricks, Gen. LI :! 
was burnt. 

cpK' m. — I. a venomous serpent, pro- 
bably the coluber cerastes. — II. 
p. n. of a man. 

D s ^~"l^ m. pi., seraphim, six-winged 
spirits, Isa. 6:2, 6. 

nClE?' f. — 1. burning fire. — II. a fu- 
neral burning. 

nto")b'£ f. pi. — 1. burning. — II. 
D?D ni^lbp p. n., a place near 
Sidon. 

'y^w combed, hackled flax, lsz.. 19:9. 
p")jb m., Hp")^ f. — I. a vine of a 

choice quality. — II. pl& p. n., a 

valley between Askelon and Gaza. 
D^ip-I")!^ Di.pl., shoots of the vine, lsa. 

16:*8. 
p~)&' m., pi. D^ip* 1 }^ bay (colour of a 

horse), Zee. 1:8. 

]\w acted as a prince. Hith. TT^I^n 

made himself a prince. 
1W m. (pi. D" 1 "]^), prince, ruler, chief, 

captain. 
mC f. — I. a princess, a tvoman of 

rank. — II. p.n., Sarah, the wife 

of Abraham ; see "Hfe^. 
lbb; see B>-lb>. 
"li/for ng^i see KtW. 

2F\& shut out, Lam. 3:8. 

- T 

inL/ . Niph. were concealed, 1 Sa.5 : 9. 



V 



. . £> . . . £> an abbreviation of I^S, pre- 
fixed to every part of speech. 

iLtflW (fut. imy drew water. 
3NTO m., • pi. D*3K£>D watering 
places, Jud. 5:11. 



Niph. and Pu. ^jgf (- fuL ^ij.—t. r0 ared as a lum 

— 11. shrieked fur anguish, Ps. 38 : 9. 

rttKB* const. nJKC^ f.— I. roar of a 

t t : - ~: ~ 

lion. — II. groan, shriek of an 
guish. 

T\w£? was desolate (a city), Isa. 6:11. 

Niph. I. was desolate (a city), Isa. 

6:11. — II. were dashed together, 

Isa. 17:12,13. Hiph. lay waste, 

lsa. 37:26. Hith. HWXT! won- 
t t : • r 

dered, was in astonishment, with P. 
n}NB> f., Pro. 1:27, Ketib a storm; 
same as n^K\ 
DHW; see Kte*. 
n*X^ f., eras/?, destruction, Isa. 24 : 12. 
riK^ f., desolation, Lam. 3:47. 
n^ f., noise, tumult of war, Num. 

24: 17. 
jifc 1 ^ m. — I. shouting, the noise of 

waves. — II. desolation, ruin. 
niK-IBfo, n'WD f. pi., desolation, a 
desolate place. 
BKK>, ^m& contempt; see VW. 
Ilk® part, from II. D-1^. 

7tf £>, ?X^ (fut. ^»). — I. ques- 
tioned, enquired. — II. requested, 
prayed for. — III. borrowed, with 
IP, m$, Dyp, or !? ; W 
7 Gv^? enquired of his welfare, 
saluted ; D^n^SS ?$,& enquired 
of God. Niph. requested for him- 
self. Pi. ?NK> as&ed earnestly, with 
2. Hiph. g-are in answer to a re- 
quest, gave. 
?K£> Ch., asked, enquired. 



b 






RW p. n. of a man. 



?-1KES> p. n. of a man, Saul. Patron. 
Vw, ?&£> com., the abode of the 



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soul after death (see fn^X), with 

n ioc. nhW- 
rbxw f. (with suff. ^rbxp, ^nfe, 

QivKt^), asking a request. 
Tb&l. same as rQKBJ. — II. p.n., 
one of the sons of Judah ; patron. 

Vh$& f. Ch., demand, Dan. 4:14. 
bwifoi&f, hWFhti p.n. of a man. 
?S^Q p. n., a town of the Levites in 

the tribe of Asher. 
n?^^?p f., prayers. 

\$y. Pil. ])$& was quiet, secure, 
wanton. 
|JK£> m., i"l3W f.— I. quiet. — II. 
wanton, luxurious. — III. wanton- 
ness, pride. 

DK&>, 1\\Q$W; see DDS^. 

W&^ I. panted, gasped, Ps. 119: 131. 
— II. panted for, desired eagerly. 
— III. swallowed up, destroyed. 

"1K^ was left, 1 Sa. 16 : 1 1 . Niph. the 
same. Hiph. left, had left. 
1RW m., the remainder, remnant. 
1&& m. Ch., the same. 
2) fc^ "l^t^ (a remnant shall return). 

t t : x ' 

Prophetic name of the son of 
Isaiah, Isa. 7:3. 
""INK* m. — I. flesh. — II. any near 
relation. — III. a right arising from 
marriage, Ex. 21 : 10. 
iT")NK> f., near, relation, relationship, 

T Lev. 18:17. 
m5$^ p. n. of a woman. 
rvi^K', n" 1 ")^ f., remainder, remnant. 
ri~)tf&12 f., kneading trough. 
m&; see nKK>. 

2W, with n parag. illls? Kal imp. 
from 3B». 



R2& p. n. of a country, probabl) 
Arabia Felix. 

^5^ (Arab, kindled). 
2 S 2& m., flame, Job 18:5. 
3\1^ m. Ch., the same. 
D'*^!!^ m. pi., fragments, Hos. 8 : 6. 

i~QI2> (imp. rOK>-1 ; fut. apoc. 2V% 
carried captive, took prisoners, car- 
ried off; part. lM2^ m., riV2W f., 
captives. Niph. was led captive. 
?X-13L^ p. n. of a man ; written also 

^2^, with pause S 2W m. (with suff. 

>3B>, ?piK>, Dp'a&O; f. n»n^ i. 

captive. — II. troop of captives. — 
III. captivity. 
rTQK* f. — I. troop of captives, spoil. 
— II. captivity. 

n-n^, n»3B> f. — i. captivity. — n. 

captives. '& 2)W I. turned from 
captivity. — II. restored to pros- 
perity. 

)*2vs m., an agate ; LXX. d^ar^c. 

PI JKS . Pi. n3t^ I. praised, commended 

- T - .. . 1 

— II. quieted, restrained, kept back. 
Hiph. quieted, Ps. 65:8. Hith. 
boast of, glory in, with 2. 
nit^ Ch. Pa. praised. 

D5^, £05^ com - ( with suff - *9W 

— I. *to^. — II. rod (for punish- 
ment). — III. sceptre. — IV. dart, 
short spear. — V. tribe. 
D2W com. Ch., a tribe, Ezr. 6:17 
Q2& m., the eleventh month of the 

t : 

Jewish year, corresponding to our 
February and March. 
L^B"!^ m., a sceptre (Esther only). 
>2W, n\2& captive, $c; see T\2W. 









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*2£> and "O^ p. n. of a man. 

Q*D^t^ m. pi., <« sun-like ornaments 
of the necV(Schrceder); "cauls," 
Eng. Ver., lsa. 3:18; sense un- 
certain. 

W2W, rPjrn^ ; see V2&- 

pU^; see ri2£>. 

7^3^ m., a path, mode of conduct; 
(Arab, the same). 
?2W m., "locks" (of hair), Eng. Ver., 

' lsa. 47:2. 
hlV or blV t, pi. const. $2$ a 

branch, Zee. 4: 12. 
rl?3XP f. (pi. D^3^).— I. a stream of 

water. — II. an ear of corn. 
?V2W m., a snail, Ps. 58:9. 
fc03B>, rua^p.n., Shebna, the scribe. 

t : v t : v * 

n^2C^ p. n. of a man. 

t: - : * 

i. J?35?, const, jdb>, f. njne?, const. 

j"ljn^ m., 56i'en, i/ie seventh; adv. 
seventh, sevenfold ; T\V2W njJ2B> 
6y sevens ; "TO njn&' m., JJQIP 
H"OT f., seventeen 'Jdixsil Q?nj>2E> 
I. sevenfold. — II. seventimes. PI. 
D^jn^ seventy. 
n^yi^ m., sewn, Job 42: 13. 

t t : • 

T&2& m. (dual Dn>2£ ; ; pi. D^2B>, 

riijDB>).— i. a week ; ntyi&nn 

Me feast of weeks. — II. a week of 
years, Dan. c. 9 & 10. 
^2® m., IVJPIIP f., seventh. 

II. y3?f' P- n -> ( a ) a town of Simeon ; 
(b) of a man ; (c) !"iy2B> name 
of a well. 

J?3S^ bound by oaths, Eze. 21:28. 
Niph. J72KO swore, with ?; swore 
to, with 21 ; sioore by. Hiph. I. 
caused to swear. — II. adjured. 



njW3B>, njnB> f., an oaM. 

T*3^. Pi. " embroider," Eng. Ver., 

Ex. 28:39; sense doubtful. Pu. 

set (of a precious stone), Ex. 28: 

20. 
¥2& m., perplexity, 2 Sa. 1 :9. 
m"V3E^5 f. pi. — I. gold settings (for 

stones). — II. c/o^/i o/ gold, Ps. 45: 

14. 
f2fc^F) m., embroidery, Ex. 28:4. 

p3^ Ch., left. lth. was fe/t. 

"DE^ (fut. "III^J.— I. oroAe to pieces. 
— II. tore (as a wild beast). — III. 
broke the heart. — IV. broke the 
power of, destroyed. — V. quenched 
thirst. — VI. assigned, with pfl. — 
VII. from 12^ sold corn, Gen. 41; 
56, — VIII. bought corn. Niph. I. 
was broken.— 11. was torn. — III was 
broken (the heart). — IV. was de- 
stroyed. Pi. 12W, -Q^ broke with 
violence. Hiph. I. caused to suffer 
labour pains, lsa. G6:9. — II. sold 
corn. Hoph. was broken-hearted, 
Jer.8:21. 

"QB>, "DE> (with suff. mi?) I. break- 
ing, fracture. — II. vexation, sor- 
row. — III. calamity, ruin. — IV. 
provision, corn. — V. interpretation, 
Jud. 7: 15. — VI. p. n., a place near 
Ai. 

jn^ m. — I. breaking, i.e. pain, sor- 
row, Eze. 21:11. — II. calamity, 
ruin, Jer. 17:18. 

"I2^D m. — I. pains of childbirth. — 

II. violent pains (of any kind),2Sa. 

22:5.— III. breakers (of the sea). 

12^D m., the same. 
t ; • 

^3^ Ch. Ith., perplexed, Dan. 5:9. 



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ni^ (fut. ri30fc T\a&>)*—. l.ceosed.- 

II. rested; with |D/rom. — III. was 
interrupted, Neh. 6:3. — IV. ceased 
to exist, came to an end. — V. with 
T\2& kept the sabbath. Niph. 
came to an end. Hiph. I. caused 
to cease. — II. interrupted. — III. 
brought to an end. 
T\2& m. — I. ceasing. — II. intermis- 
sion; see also in 2K>\ 
T12W com. (with sutf/to^.; pi. 
hina^; const. nin3^) cessa- 
tion, time of rest, sabbath; D3^ 
D'012' a sabbath of years. 
\\T\2\9 m., rest, a time of rest. 
^J[I216? p. n. of a man. 
nif'O m., pi. C^n^'P cessations, 
Lam. 1:7. 
r\2W Kal inf., from 3B»- 
ni^ Ch. Kal pret. f., from 2W. 
XJ^ same as Hi^- 

T T 

jJw erred, committed an error, Lev. 
5:18; inf. DH^3 because of their 
sin. 
HJ3^ f., error, unintentional fault. 

(U&7 erred, wen* astray, with }E>. 

Hiph. {.allowed to err, Ps. 119: 

10. — II. caused to go astray. 
&OK> p. n. of a man. 
iWAP f., error, Ps. 19:13. 
fl»JB> m. (pi. DWi^ a cto/e/u/ song-, 

lament, Ps. 7:1; Hab. 3:1. 
H5^p m., mistake, inadvertency, Gen. 

43:12. 

H3&$\ Hiph. fooAed to. 

/Jkj/ /a// with a woman; fut. ?|^. 

Niph. and Pu. pass, of Kal. 
/}& f., a queen. 






btt? f. Ch, the same. 

D|B* Kai inf. with suff, from JJP. 

yi&. Pu. part, yjl^p maddened, mad 
Hith. actod like a madman. 
jiyilty m, madness, impetuosity. 

I*!»r> '?v m -» °ff s V rin ?> progeny 
Exod. i3:12. 
"1K\ see IVIS?; "T^, see "tttt>; Tl 

see Tie£ m^- 

"T ' TT 

T"jl^ (fut. with suff. DV|K», D^B*).— P 

I. attacked, invaded. — 11. plundered, 
laid waste, ruined; part. TIE? in- 
vader, plunderer; 1)1&* destroyed. 
Niph. was laid waste. Pi. laidwaste, 
ruined utterly. Pu. ""R^, TIG? 
was /aid waste. Po. /aid waste. 
Hoph. "1^-1 H was laid waste. 

*!£>, 11 fc? m. — 1. destruction, ruin. — 

II. violence, oppression. — III. ex- 
torted property, Am. 3:10. 

^P m, Me Almighty (the name of 
God as revealed to the Patri- 
archs); LXX. 7ra.vT0Kpd.Tiop' 

(1 ]Ly root not used; (Arab, was well 

watered). 
H^ m. — I. teats of an animal. — II. 

breast of a woman; dual DH^, 

**1^ the breasts. 
1W m., the same. 

Tftfl f., irnri 'B>, Ecc.2;8, -musi- 
cal instruments and that of all 
sorts," Eng. Ver. — pleasures of 
every kind (Ges. and Lee). 

"VIXHt^ p. n. of a man. 

^fili? f., blighted corn; pi. ri)m$ t 
nSnlW.— I. Jields.— 11. cornfields. 
Hab. 3:17. — III. vineyards. 

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JlST^ f., blight in corn, 2 Ki. 19: 

26." 
pSTJ' m., the same. 

IX Ch. Ithp. exerting himself, Dan. 

6:15. 
VIC' p.n., Shadrach, one of the three 

holy children. 

2n£/ m. — I. onyx or sardonyx. — II. 
p. n. of a man. 

t)$ m. (pi. with suff. Dn\^) ra- 
gings, Ps. 35: 17. 

N;V^ m. — I. guilt. -II. calamity. -III. 
worthlessness, vanity. — IV. false- 
hood. 

\V same as 606?. 

ntflty f. — I. a storm. — II. destruction. 

T 

— III. a desolate place. 

nxit^D f., desolation, a desolate place. 

HN-l&Tl f., pi. niX^H tumult, shout- 
ing. 

W, Jer. 42:10, for nifc" Kal inf., 
from 3B». 

^ (fut. mbjj, nfe» a&yj, n&yji).— i. 

<renf or came 6ac&; with |D from; 
turned to, returned, with ?X, p, ?y, 
"IJJ fo. — II. turned himself about, 
1 Chron. 21:20.-111. changed 
his course of life. (For many 
uses with other words which 
slightly modify these primary 
meanings, see Concordance.) Pil. 
22W I. led back. — II. restored. — 
III. led astray, Isa. 47 : 10. — IV. 
refreshed, Ps. 23:3. Pul. MftfcV 
was brought back. Hiph. 2W?) 

(fut. n*B», ag* 3^5).— i. &r(mg-ii 

6acA. — II. restored. — III. requited. 
— IV. brought upon a person. — V. 
sent as a tribute or atonement. — 



VI. distributed, assigned. 



VII. 



moved away, put aside. — VIII. re- 
pelled, hindered. — IX. recalled, re- 
voked a declaration. — X. caicsed to 
turn from sin. — XI. withheld, 
withdrew. — XII. brought down, re- 
duced. — XIII. caused to answer, 
Joh 20:2. With "O^ answered; 

T T 

with V33 turned away his an- 
ger; with ib'htt (Sjg) laid to 
heart, considered; with '3 VDS) 
turned away, refused. Hoph. 
HK'-'in ivas returned, brought back. 

PD-lt? f., returning, Isa. 30: 15. 

Tyy<W f., returning, Ps. 126:1 ; see 
another meaning in 2W- 

22)W m. — I. a rebellious person. — II. 
p.n. of a man. 

11W m., nnn'l^ f., a rebel. 
^Q-I&V p. n./same as hwW- 

ni'l^P p.n. of a man. 

nil^b, H2^p f.— I. turning away 
(from God). — II. rebellious, back- 
sliding. 

rQ-IJ^n f. — I. return. — II. an answer. 
"Spits' p. n. of a man. 
?21£' p. n. of a man. 

T , . r 

p2XC } p. n. of a man. 

y\W same as Mfe?, T\W. 
nil^D f., error* Jor/lV. 4. 

t : 

\ru same as T~[& laid waste; fut. 
W*,Ps.91:6. 
YlfcV same as 1$; see Tit?. 
Hfc? m., pi. DHP' i^o^, Deu. 32: 17 ; 
Ps. 106:37; LXX. daiuovia- 

n ifc/ I. UJ05 eowaZ /o, resembled. — II. 
was o/ egwai ua/ue or importance. 
— III. was fitting, proper, Est. 3 : 8. 
— IV. was sufficient, Est. 7: 4. With 



W ( 262 ) 

3, h, bx- Pi. iW I. made level, 
smoothed, Isa. 28:25. — II. made 
similar, Ps. 131:2. — III. made 
himself like, Isa. 38:13. — IV. 
placed, proposed. — V. produced 
fruit, Hos. 10:1. Hiph. made 
like, compared. Nithpa. niJ 7 !^ 
being made like, Pro. 27 : 15. 
K1K> Ch. Pa., placed, made equal, Dan. 
5:21, with Dy. Ithpa. was made 
into, Dan. 3:29. 

mS? f., equity, Job 33:27. 

i"l)j2> p.n., a plain to the north of Je- 
rusalem; D^H'Hp TW2 a city of 
Moab. 

\V\$ went down, sank. 
WW p. n. of one of Abraham's sons; 

patron. »IW- 
nn-1^ f. — I. a pit, pitfall. — II. p.n. 

of a man. 
H1W f., a pit, Ps. 119:85. 
UUW p. n. of a man. 
Jin^' f. — I. a pit. — II. a dungeon. — 

III. a grave; see also in T\T\W. 

I. U-\& 1. spread like ivater, went to 

and fro. — 2. struck, struck into the 
water, i.e. rowed. Pil. t3L31£? ran 
far and wide. Hithpal. tipi^nn 
same as Pil. 

ti)& m. — I. a whip, scourge. — II. 
calamity. 

D^ m., an oar, oars, Isa. 33:21. 

DtDK> m., a whip, scourge, Jos. 23 : 13. 

\y\WD m., an oar, rudder, Eze. 27:29. 

Dl^p m., the same, Eze. 27:6. 

II. tO^ (Syr. despised); part. DK£> 

despised (Ezekiel only). 

B«B* m. (with suff. ^Stf^), contempt 
(of another), Ezekiel only. 



(W 



7*£/ m., skirt (of a garment)', train. 
7?\& spoil; see bbw. 
WrphW; see dW. 

D-lfcy m., garlick, Nu. 11:5. 
*3'1E? p. n., a son of Gad. 
D>1^ p. n., a town of Issachar; S E3-V^ 
m., TVBMB* f., a Shunemite. 

V\p, $W« Pi. $M5> ^eti out for help, 
implored, with ?X. Pil. and Hiph. 
see in ]}]}&. 
yi_K> m. (with suff. *>Jtt£>), a cry d 

Ae/p, Ps. 5:3. 
Jttt^ m.— I. affluent, Job 34:19.-11. 

liberal, Isa. 32:5. 
W m. — 1. safety, Job 30:24.-11. 
affluence, Job 36: 19. — III. p.n. of 
a man. 
n^lK^ f., cry for help. 
N^l£> p. n. of a man. 
ilitt^F), 7\yWV\ f., freedom., safety, 
salvation, deliverance. 
hW; see ^. 
iyi^; see *W. 

t|^ (fut. ^l).— I. bruised, shattered, 
Gen. 3 : 1 5 ; Job 9:17. — II. con- 
cealed, Ps. 139: 11. 

^a 5 !^ p. n., same as ^2)W. 

"•pS-lC p. n. of a man. 

"IDi^ trumpet; see IZW. 

D^ same as pgB?. Hiph. pWT\ I. 
caused to run over, Joel 2 : 24. — 
II. overflowed, Joel 4:13. Pil. 
pp)ty cause to overflow, Ps. 65: 10. 

p-1$ m. (pi. D^^), a sfreef. 

pi&J> com. (dual CPpbJ), leg (of a man 
or animal); trop. K"Nn "'p.'lfc? per- 
haps infantry, Ps. 147:10. 

p£> m. Ch., leg. 

Hp-IOT) f., desire 



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\rw 



"W (tut. Mfc^).— I. viewed, beheld, 
perceived. — II. watched (for good 
or evil). - III. went, Is. 57 :9 ; "?» see nnK '' 
part. f. pi. n'nt^ travellers, Eze. HHfcy bribed. 
27:25. See also in TtT. 
*Vl&' m. — I. an enemy (one who 
watches for evil), Ps. 92:12. — 

ii. a wait; pi. n'mE?. — III. 

p. n., a place in the wilderness ; 

TIK* "0~!P the wilderness; of Shur, 

between Egypt and Palestine. 
y\W m. Ch., a wall. 
n'lT f. pi., walls, Jer. 5:10. 
Tic/m. (pi. Dnj^).— 1. an ox.—U. a 

herd of oxen. 
m-ltyri f., a present, 1 Sa. 9:7. 

L/-1&7 root not used ; (Syr. alabaster). 
EP)K> m., white marble, 1 Ch. 29:2. 
CP m. — I. white marble, Est. 1:6. — 

II. very fine linen. (See also in its 

place.) 
}P-1P m. — I. a lily. — II. an artificial 

lily.— III. n-ny. |W probably the 

name of a musical instrument. — 

IV. «WB> p. n. : (a) the city of Susa 

in Persia; (b) a place unknown. 
\&\W m., a lily; pi. W}&W. — I. 

lilies. — II. musical instruments. 
rW'l^ f., the same. 
fcOrtf SW Ch., an inhabitant of Susa. 
*nb>W Po. pret. from W; same as 

n-1^; see TVW. 

n?n-1P p. n. of a man. Patron. 

HT&? Ch. Pe. 2TV, 1W delivered, 
rescued. 



linen (probably wrung out for the 
purpose of bleaching it). 



SjTp beheld, saw. (See also in ?p_£>.) 
" Hoph.part.lT^O W fine twined 



Tn^ m. — I. a present. — II. a bribe. 
—III. bribery, Job 15:34. 

T\TW bowed himself, Isa.. 51 :23. Hiph. 
nnt^n bowed down, Pro. 12:25. 

Hith. njnir^n (inf. fv\mpn; 
Ch. nnnWh ; imp. f. '•irin^n ; 
fut. nYnri^ ; apoc. wife") i. 

prostrated himself; with 7, \ii5p 

before. — II. worshiped. 
HW f., a pit, Pro. 28:10. 
r^n^ f., the same. 
1) HW same as "lin^; see ir\&. 

nn^ (pret. -inn^, -in^; fut. rife"). 

— I. bowed himself, stooped. — II. 
was brought low, humbled. Niph. 
the same. Hiph. n^H brought 
low, humbled. Hithp. nrnfipn 
brought low, broke. 
TW m., having downcast eyes, meek, 
Job 22:29. 

tOW (fut. tarred; inf. rom — i. 
_ T \ ... T _. _/ 

slaughtered (an animal). — II. s/ew 
(a person).— III. Vm& IHT " aZ- 
loyed gold " (Lee). Niph. was 
slaughtered. 
nt^rW f., slaughtering, sacrifice, 
T 2 Ch. 30:17. 
|W; see jn^. 
D^n^ spontaneous ; see PTID. 

n»n&, see nnts> ; njvn^, see nn^. 

<mK m., a lion. 

TwT\\u f., some kind of perfume, oi 
' pastil ; LXX. '6vv%, Ex. 30:34. 

|H^ (Arab, fever). 



\w 



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-)DW 



PH5P m., inflammation, any burning 
disease ; DJH^P 'W the ulcer of 
Egypt. 

*yj*J root not used ;(Arab. ivas thin). 
f] -n^ m., thin covering of wood, Eze. 

41:16. 
ttfyP m. LXX. \apoQ ; a sea gull, 

Lev. 11:16; Deu. 14:15. 
DDH^ f., consumption. 



( lj\& (Arab, was lifted up). 
Yftfc* m., mightiness, fierceness. 
u^H^ p. n., a place in the tribe of 
Issachar. 

prlfc/ reduced to dust, crushed, wasted 
away. 
PO^m. — I. dust, Isa. 40:15. — II. a 
cloud; pi. D^pn^ clouds. — III. the 
sky. 

"lfife? I. was black, Job 30:30.-11. 

" T 

did a thing early, sought early. 
Pi. insy sought early, with ?&$• 

im, nW m., m'w f., black. 

. T * T T : 

"lin^ m., blackness, Lam. 4:8. 
in^ m.— I. the dawn; ~)TW j3 

lucifer, "the morning star." — II. 

adv. in Me morning. — III. me, 

origin, Isa. 47:11. 
D-lin^ f., rfaiyn o/ W/e, youth, Ecc. 

11:10. 
ITirnn^ f., very black, Cant. 1:6. 
iTin^ p. n. of a man. 
D^ini^ p. n. of a man. 
"in^b m., the dawn, Ps. 110:3. 
lin^,-rin^, -fay m ._i. the name of 

a river of Egypt, probably the Nile. 

— II. r03? "VrPfc^ a river in Asher. 

t ; • 

nn&7. Niph. I. was spoilt. — II. was 
corrupted, Gen. 6:11, 12. — III. 
was destroyed, Ex. 8:20. Pi.fln^ 



I. acted corruptly. — II. destroyed. 
— III. broke a covenant, Mai 
2:8. — IV. laid aside (of pity), 
Am. 1:11. Hiph. rT'n^M same 
as Pi.; with or without 13 "VI 
corrupted his way . Hoph. fin^H; 
part. nn^'O I. injured, Mai. 1: 14. 
—II. polluted, Pro. 25:26. 

nni ,; Ch., part. HflW a fault. 

nnt2> m. — I. corruption. — II. destruc- 
tion; see also n-1K\ 

nWE> m. (Hiph. part.). — I. des- 
troyer, Ex. 12:23 — II. plunderer, 

nn-^10 m., defilement, Lev. 22 : 25. 

nn^D m., destruction, Eze. 9:1. 

nn&yp m., disfigured, Isa. 52 : 14. 

Htp^f. — I. the pea-thorn; (Arab. 
B3^; Egypt, shont); pi. D*B$ 
shittim wood, the wood of the pea- 
thorn. — II. p. n., a valley of Moab. 

Hut/ spread abroad, strewed. Pi. 
nJ3^ spread abroad (the hands in 
prayer), Ps. 88:10. 
rriE^D, Htp^'p m., place for spread- 
ing nets, Eze. 26 : 5, 14 ; 47 : 10. 

Dri&; see tMB>. 

*]*P£^ I. washed off or away. — II. 
cleansed by washing. — III. swept 
away (of a torrent). Niph. I. was 
cleansed, Lev. 15:12. — II. was 
swept away, Dan. 11:22. Pu. was 
cleansed, Lev. 6:21- 
?)P^, *]t?K> m., washing away, over, 
flowing, inundation. 

""!££) £^ 5 part, ipb* magistrate, ruler, 
Ex. 5:10, 14 ; Deu. 1:15. 
,- 0? p. n. of a 'man. 
ItOte'P m., authority, influence, Job 
T 38:33. 



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ny# 



nQls m. Ch., sovereignty (if the read- 
ing be correct ; some suppose an 
error for ~\ti& side), Dan. 7:5. 

*£• m., offering, present (always with 

W*I1^ bring ye). 
\W& p. n., a name of Hermon. 
nW; see 1W t mK 

l"Pt2^ fut. apoc. *6^ri Mom forgettest; 
LXX. £yjcarl\i7r££, Deu. 32:18; 
see PIEO- 

T T 

NT 1 *^ p. n. of a man 
3W; see3tt>>. 
tyW ; see BU£ 
nn^ ; see rflfc*- 

riW, 'W s see n ^- 

}*&?, J^ (Syr. atari). 

|JP or \W m., pi. D W urine. 
KWCh.; seeK¥\ 

T&^, TIG? (fut. yvfr, "W, tk>j.— 

I. sung; with ? to. — II. sung of; 

part. D*"1K/, nVuy singers. Pil. 

TlB* sounded, Zep.2:14; part, a 

singer. Hoph. "l^-li"! was swng-. 
"Vfc^ m. — I. singing. — II. a song - . — 

III. instrumental music; Tfc? v3 

musical instruments. 
TWW f., a song-. 
{W; see fc%fc>. 
p^t^> p.n., Shishak, king of Egypt; 

LXX. Seixoy^tC' 

H^, TW (fut. rw, n^, nB>»i ; 

• ' . . • T' •• T' V T" 

inf. abs. r\& , inf. const, and imp. 

rVK>) same as CD-IS? 1, placed, 

laid; with ?, ?}J npon; with Ivy 
decorated himself: — also II. set 
over, appointed. — III. set together, 
compared, with D^- — IV. 1^2 '£? 
S>N looked towards.— V. 1W '£> 



/ooAei om£ a/3ter, Ps. 17:11. — VI. 
3 ? 'S? set his heart upon, regarded, 
with b, ^K- — VII. Dy T 'S? as- 
sisted.— vril.'WJfl!? W looked at, ex- 
amined, Ps. 90 : 8. — IX. laidup trea- 
sure. — X. rendered. Hoph. ns?-in 
was required, with ?V, Ex. 21 :30. 

]-W m. (with suff. 1W) thorns 
(Isaiah only). 

TVS? m., putting on a dress. 

mnC m. pi., foundations. 

n&? p. n. — I. Seth, the son of Adam. 
— II. an epithet of the Moabites, 
Nu. 24:17. 
1$, ip Kal inf., from "p£>. 

22& (fut. 338* ; inf. 33S?, 33S?; 

imp. 33S?, H33S? — I. lay down. 

—II. slept. — III. kept his bed.— -IV. 

slept ivith his fathers, died. — V. 

rested (of the head). — VI. lay with 

(carnally). Pu. to be laid, to lie. 

Niph. I. placed. — II. caused to rest, 

stopped. Hoph. was placed, laid. 
H33S?, const. 1133^ f.— I. the act of 

lying with. — II. covering of dew, 

Ex. 16:13, 14. 
J"I33S? f., act of lying with. 
lim m. (pi. D^33K>Q, ni33^p).— 

I. a bed. — II. a bier, 2 Chron. lfi: 

14. — III. lying in bed. — IV. lying 

with. 
33S?D m. Ch., a bed. 

i"OE7. Hiph. part. D^SS^E wandering 

about lasciviously, Jer. 5 : 8. 
\?Of, bftW; see t ?3^- 
"itolP ; see "DB>- 

HD^, H5^ (fut. H3B&J forgot, dis. 
regarded, neglected, withjO- Niph. 
was forgotten, neglected. Pi. and 

18 



nap 



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Hithpa. 



) 



to 



Hiph. cause to fur gel. 
same as Niph., Ecc. 8: 10. 
n3t? m. (pi. const, ^n3£?) forgetting, 
neglecting. 

H?^ ch. ithp. PiM?n was /<tom«j, 

was. Aph.nS^n/omid, discovered. 
\V2ty p.n. of a man. 

t : t * 



(inf. ]W, S|P ; fut. pi. -ISPJI). 

I. stooped. — II. abated. Hiph. 
■^H I. placed. — II. emptied. 

*?*D$ (fut. ^3K») lost children, became 
childless. Pi. I. made childless. — 

II. stripped of inhabitants. — III. de- 
stroyed (of a sword), Deu. 32 : 25. — 
IV. produced an abortion. — V. lost 
fruit, 8fc, was barren ; part. 
rp^P an abortion. Hiph. lost 
its inhabitants (a land). 

?136? m. — I. privation of children. — 

II. destitution. 
hfeWm., rP3K> f.— 1. childless.— II. 

deprived of, without young. 
C3v3K> m. pi., Zoss of children, lsa. 

49:20. 
S'SfK m. (pi. const, nfe^, 

m'l73^X) — I. a cluster, bunch of 

grapes or flowers ; (Arab, bound). 

— II. p. n.: (a) of a valley in the 

south of Palestine; (b) of a man. 
y??V; see ^3- 

DJfc?. Hiph. D>3^H I. arose in the 
morning. — II. as soon as he arose. 
— III. came in the morning. 

D3^ with pause D3£> m. (with suff. 
1E>3K>). — I. shoulder, shoulders. — 

II. a load, portion, Gen. 48:22. — 

III. p.n., Shechem, a city of the 
Levites in Ephraim; with H loc. 



1*1)03^, with pause n?33^- — IV 

p.n. of a man. 
D3K> p. n. of a man; patron. ,, E>3£l 
nbhW f., the shoulder-blade, Job 3 1 : 
T 22. 

]5^, p^ (fut. |3K»).— I. lay down 
to rest, rested. — II. continued — 111. 
dwelt. — IV. inhabited, was inha- 
bited; part. }-13^ inhabiting. Pi. 
I. caused to dwell. — II. placed; 
l?0tJ> |3&' placed his name. Hiph. 

I. caused to dwell. — II. fixed. 
\2p Ch. Pa., same as Pi. Heb. 
|3B>, const. J3£ ; m., i"U3^, T\\5V I 

— I. inhabitant. — II. neighbour, 

neighbouring people. 
}3^ m., a dwelling; with suff. 133^, 

Deu. 12:5. 
iTOSK' p.n. of a man. 
■1!"T03&^ p.n. of a man. 
jSt^ft m. — I. habitation, dwelling. — 

II. the Tabernacle and Temple. — 

III. lair of beasts. 
|3^p m. Ch., habitation. 

""0$ (fut. 13^). — I. drank wine or 
strong drink. — II. was exhilarated, 
intoxicated. — III. became giddy. 
Pi. and Hiph. made drunken. \ 
Hith. made himself drunken, 1 Sa. 
1:14. 

i)i#, "1365> m., m r 3^ f., drunken, a 
drunkard. 

13^ m. — I. strong drink (not wine). 
—II. wine, Nu. 28 : 7. 

fn3K> m., drunkenness (Ezekiel only) 

|113^ p.n., a place of Judah. 

13^'X m., rich gift, present. 
h&; ' see W$. 



W, Whv\ see nfe. 




ate ( 

3?^. Pu. part. JTQ^p joined to- 
gethei'(Ex. 26 : 17 ; 36 : 22). 
O^te m. pi., edges, borders, 1 Ki. 7: 
28', 29. 

3/^ m., snow. 
i^V' f i) Hiph. ««was white as snow," 
Eng.Ver., Ps. 68:15. 

nS^, V^ (pret. >fi)te, -ite; fut. 
T 5»te) ; T fut. apoc. teb- — L «><w 
prosperous, at ease. — II. made pros- 
perous, gave ease to. Niph. be- 
came negligent, 2 Ch. 29: 11. Hiph. 
flattered, deceived, 2 K. 4:28. 
rt>& Ch., was at rest, Dan. 4:1. 
te m., fault, error, 2 Sa. 6:7. 
nte f. Ch., error; same as H-lte, 
Dan. 3:29. Ketib. 
nte, lSa.l:17, same as iV$&; see 

lte m. (pi. const, nte) riW f. — 
I. prosperous, at ease. — II. un- 
mindful of God, Eze. 23:42. 

vte, 1*te m. — I. prosperous. — II. 
prosperity. 

lte m. (with suff. *w), prosperity, 
' Ps. 30:7. 

nite f. — I. prosperity, ease.— 11. neg- 
ligence of God. 

nite f. Ch., prosperity, Dan. 4:24. 

life -lte f. Ch., error, fault, tres- 



pass 



te m « r &P5 quietly, privately, 2 Sa. 



3:27. 
H^te t., the after-birth, Deu. 28:57. 
l/^te (from |JKK> and nte) m., 

wholly at rest, Job 21:23. 
nW, nte, Gen. 49: 10; gwa« 1BW 

V, i. e., he whose it is ; " Shiloh," 

Eng. Ver. 



nte 
nte, Shw, ite p. n., a 



sec u<>£. 



267 ) 

city of Ephraim, where the taber- 
nacle stood ; 'OTte a native oj 
Shiloh. 

i"Onte flame ; see 2?b. 

Oite. D-lte, D-lte; 

j-1?^ p.n. of a man. 

E^ite ; same as t^te. 

H 7^ (fut. nte ; inf. nte, flV, 
nte; imp.' rite, nnte).— 1. sent 
(a person or thing), with ?, or 7tf, 
sometimes 7}J. — II. sent word, 
charge ; with 7 to ; and T3 by, 
by the hand of. — 11 [sent a message 
to, with or without -QT— IV. T 

T T T 

or 3 put forth his hand (to injure), 
/aii his hand on, with ?X. It has 
the same meaning without n\ 
2 Sa. 6:6. — V. shoot out arrows. 
(For other modifications of the 
primary senses, see Concordance.) 
Niph. inf. n'ltej to be sent, Est. 
3:13. Pi. nte I. sen*.— II. sent 
away. — III. allowed to depart, dis- 
missed. — IV. set at liberty. — V. 
gave in marriage. — VI. sent away, 
divorced (a wife). — VII. put in a 
place. — VIII. put forth (his hand). 
—IX. with £>K2 set on fire. —X. 
inflicted a calamity. — XI. caused, 
Pro. 16:28.— XII. threw, threw off. 
— XIII. cast out, shoot forth. (See 
also Concordance.) Pu. n?K> was 
sent, dismissed, set at liberty, di- 
vorced, thrown. Hiph. with 3 I. 
sent . — II: inflicted a calamity. 

n?W Ch. — I. sent word, orders. — II. 
put forth (his hand). 

D^ITI?^ m. pi., divorce (of a wife), 
Ex. 18:2. — II. renunciation (of a 



n^ 



claim), Mic. 1 : 14. — III. presents, 

dowry, 1 Ki. 9: 16. 
n?W m. (with suff. \rhu}).— I. missile. 

— II. rejection, contempt. — III. pi., 

shoots, produce. — IV. p. n. of a man. 

— V. p.n., Siloah, a stream which 

ran through Jerusalem ; called 

also n'fe- 
r-lin^ f. pi., shoots, Isa. 16:8. 
*0r^ P- n > °f a man. 
C3 ,, n?^ p. n., a town of Judah. 
fnfe' m. (pi. nUrbw), table; ^J)[j 

jn?&' spread, provided, a table ; 

D^Sin >W, nypten W the table 

of shew-bread. 
rpK'P m. — I. the sending forth of 

cattle (to graze).— II. (with T) the 

putting out the hand. 
n'WD, nV'P m., the same; I. 

and II. 
DO^p f. f the same as II. 

G?p (fut. D^B»J ruled, had power 
oyer, with ?y, 21. Hiph. I. allowed 
to rule. — II. gave authority to, per- 
mitted, with 2 and ?. 

oh® Ch., with i.~ I. ruled.— U. had 
power over. — III. seized. Aph. 
caused to rule. 

t$B> m., pi. D^pfe, >pfe s/weto. 

t^pKJ m., npp^ f. — I. ruler, prince.— 
II. violent, Eze. 16:30. 

t^W m. Ch.— I. a ruler.— II. Ma/ 
which is permitted, lawful ; N? 
ttw i/ is not lawful, Ezr. 7:24. 

j'lD a^ m., power, authority, Ecc. 8 : 

)1D?^ m. Ch., authority, ruler, Dan. 

3:2, 3. 
]£>?& m. Ch., authority, empire. 
W, Wtf, W; see rw. 






( 268 ) Dfe 

B^. *^^f; n^^te; 8ee ^. 

J?$. Hiph. ybfn I. threw into, 1 ?*-, 

on, 2j, ?£; to, $; from, [D. — II. 
threw down, out, away. — III. cast 
off (as a plant its leaves). — IV. ex- 
pelled (a people).— V. with V*TJK V 
"•'"••I *"?I1X cas/ behind him, de- 
spised. — VI. with njiT ^ com. 
mitted to the Lord. Hoph. 
"=1?^. V^H I. was thrown down, 
out. — II. was thrown upon the Lord 
(for help), with by_ 

1}7GJ> m., Me gannet ; LXX. Knra- 
pa/crjjc, Lev. 11:17 ; Deu. 14:16. 

n^?K> f. — I. felling a tree, Isa. 6: 13. 
II. p.n., a gate of the temple. 

7 72? (pret.-1^, iiyf?& ; inf. ^V. *&l 
W. -ifen, with suff. Tj.'lW^. — i. 
plundered, spoiled. — II. carried off 
spoil. — III. scattered, Ru. 2:16. 
Hith. ^WK (Ch. for ^>inK>n) 
spoiled. 
7?K> m. — 1. spoil, plunder. — II. gain, 

T Pro. 31:11. 
??)& m., (spoiled) a captive, captives. 

D?&? (fut. D^B»). — 1. was at peace, 
Job 9 : 4. — W.was completed. Part. 
s u?& one at peace with me, Ps. 
7:5; D-17&? peaceable, 2 Sa. 20 : 1 9. 
Pi. D?K>, D?K> I. completed. — II. 
restored. — III. gave in return, re- 
quited. — IV. performed a vow. Pu. 
I^uas requited. — II. was performed 
(a vow). Part, made perfect, Isa. 
42: 19- Hiph. I. made peace with 
— II. made at peace with, with 
?K, Dj;, JIN. — III. completed. — 
IV. brought to an end. Hoph. 
was made a/ peace, Job 5 : 23. 



zbv 



0?E? Ch., completed. Aph 

minated, Dan. 5:26. — II. restored, 
Ezr. 7:19. 

ch& m , ilD^ f— I. per/ecf, com- 
plete, fuii. "— ii. ni^fe dvdk : 

rough, unhewn stones. — III. \2^ 
HfD?^ /ie«m, prepared stone, 1 Ki. 
6 : 7 . — IV. peaceable, at peace, with 
Dy. — V. at peace with God, with 
nin\ D#. —VI. p. n. of a place, 
Gen. 33: 18. — VII. p. n., Jerusalem, 

SoXfjLtrt. 

□i?^ m. — I. peace. — 11. public quiet. 
— III. prosperity. — IV. safety. — V. 
soundness of body. — VI. friendship. 
Phrases : h DTOIPn is he well ? 
7 D*1 ?Vih ?KE^ enquired after their 
welfare) D'fttj? farewell! nB>JJ 
7 'E? made peace u-if/j f/iem ; 
? DvEJv NT named peaceable 

: r : T T • L • 

proposals ; J1X Dl7&> rtiJJ gave a 

peaceable answer. 
lD?W m. Ch., peace, safety. 
D^&y and pi. D^P/E^ rn. — I. peace 

offering.— II. 2/ian£ offering. — III. 

offering in completion of a vow. 
U?W m. — {.retribution, Deu. 32:35. 

— II. p. n., a son of Naphtali ; 

patron. *1??^- 
DlW, D*?E^ m., retribution. 
Hlpfe f.,'the same, Ps. 91:8. 
D-1^, D???' p. n. — I. Shallum, king 

of Israel. — II. used for other men. 
r\u?& p. n , Solomon, king of Israel; 

LXX. SaXw/iwy. 
,| P?E/' p.n. of a man. 
^p^ p.n. of a man. 
*nM?!?&y p. n., same as PlW^P- 
rVu?W p. n. of a man. 
r^^tp/W p.n. of a woman. 



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I. ter- , fl^K' m., pi. D^b?B> bribes, penal- 



ties, Isa. 1 :23. 
}p!?E?, "lpiOp^ ; p.n ., a king of Assyria. 

f]/k^ I. drew a sword. — II. took off a 
shoe, Ru. 4:7, 8. — III. plucked up 
grass, Ps. 129:6; 2111 C]fe UPX 
a man drawing the sirord; i.e., 
armed. 
Pj/ty p. n. of some foreign nation., 
perhaps 'SlaXairijvoi. 

B^, ^iW const. rfc£ "^; 
f. H^fe, const. ni^tV m., T f/ie 
numeral three; with suff. DD^E/PE^ 
ye three ; OfiEJvE? Mer/ three ; 
rT^JJ B6t3> thirteen; pi. D*fc6B> 
thirty, thirtieth. 
C'?E^ Pi. I. divided into three parts. — 

II. did a f/iing" the third tima. — 

III. did a thing on the third day. 
Pu. part. I. threefold. — II. three 
years old, Gen. 15:9. 

VOW p.n. of a man. 

*bM?K> m ., H»K«5>fc?, JVE^E? f., pi. 
Q^>7EJ> I. third parts. — II. cham- 
bers third in order, third stories; 
f. a third part; ]-PK»!?B>3, 
nn^y^ ^ e f^ird, on the third; 

rri^feri; see nnft. 

■ • i ■ ' T T 

E? vEJ\ EvE? m. — I. a measure, pro- 

• T * * T 

bably the third part of an Ephah. 
—II. abundantly; pi. D^^ET.— 
III. a musical instrument, a tri- 
chord (either harp or lute). — IV. 
officers of high rank. — V. a pe- 
culiar class of soldiers, LXX. 
avafidrai rpiararai ; their com- 
mander was called WWhf H BW1, 
Wh&n E?K~> and W$ml 

• .• T - • T _ 

CES^E!? to. pi., descendants of the 



BW 



( 270 ) 



DD^ 



third generation, great grandchil- 
dren. 

TWT^f P-n., a region of Palestine. 

TW7& p.n. of a man. 

dW!?B>, t&hw adv. three days ago ; 
EDYy?P 7\ftF\ yesterday and the 
day before, i.e. formerly; ?iftri3 
'W as before; '& VlE^D hereto- 
fore, previously. 

vh&to m.,a triad; DWP! b6g5*!D3 

: t t; ; • ; 

a triplicity of, i. e. three months, 
( Gen. 38:24. 
^nky l Sa. 1:17, for yrt?$P ; see 

T nW in bxw- 

t •• : 

Q&^ adv., Mere, thither; D^..."l^« 

' . . t v -: 

where ; D^ • • • D£^ /iere . . . there ; 
HE^ MtMer, Mere; 11136^.. Ifi^K 

T IT » . T T V -• 

whither . . . u'Aere ; Dt^p thence ; 
Dfp...""I^K whence/ 

0$~\2W m. (with suff. W, tJD^j 
pi. ri'lD^). — I. a name;' 'B D^3 
m Me name of any one. — II. fame, 
reputation (good or bad). — III. 
memory. — IV. p. n., Shem the son 
of Noah. 
DB> m. Ch. (with suff. R£>^; pi. 
f!"lD!2>), a name. 

inXp^ p. n., a king of Zeboim. 

hk)6w (perhaps for ^KJJ-W heard of 
God), p. n. — I. Samuel, the judge 
of Israel. — II. used also of other 
men. 

yVftW p. n., a son of Gilead; patron. 

XED^ p. n. of a man. 

nNOB* p. n. of a man ; 0Kp£> the 

same. 
iap^ p. n., Shamgar, a judge of 

Israel. 



\U\U . Hiph. destroyed; inf. destruc. 

tion. Niph. was destroyed. 
lft& Ch. Aph. *o destroy. 

HD^ root not used; (Arab, heaven) 
D'P^, const. »»E> m. pi.— I. /leaven, 
Me sAy. — II. toward heaven, the 
sky. 
j W emph. state, N»pfc>> m. pi. Ch. t 
heaven. 
n»P, n-inpK* ; see QDK>. 
}))&& p. n.,' same as KJJ&P. 

njflttB> ; see yo^. 

TY\B& Eze. 3G:3, Kal inf., from DDW 

£0D(^ I. gwe up a debt.— II. left the 
land to itself. — III. threw down. — 
IV. stuck fast. Niph. was throivn 
down, Ps. 141 :6. Hiph. gave up, 
forgave, Deu. 15:3. 
riGD^ f., release, acquittal; rDH 
ntpp&'n year of release. 

D)PB> heavens; see nDK'- 

w£>, nWDW ; see rubK>. 

TDK*; see "W- 

D i£"Vp£> p. n. of a man. 

VP^ P- n. of a man. 

D£^ (fut. Dfefy pi. -1?^; imp. D#). 
I. was desolate, laid waste. — II. 
was astonished; part. WO\^ de- 
solate, solitary; niftpifc? desolate 
places. Niph. DBO was desolate, 
astonished. Po. part. DDi^D I. 
a desolator. — II. astonished, Ezr. 
9:3,4. Hiph. D^H (fut. D^j 
inf. Dp^H; part. D^O) I. wade 
desolate, laid waste. — II. astonished. 
— III. was astonished. Hoph. 
OPil or DB>n (pi. V3Wn) teas 
made desolate. Hith. ap'lfl&yn 
(fut. DpiD^, DDii^n) I. was dis- 






D»E> 



( -271 ) 



vnv 



consolate (of the heart). — II. won- 
dered. — III. destroyed himself, Ecc. 
7:16. 

DfDK' Ch. Ith., was astonished, Dan. 
4: 16. 

D?X> in., HftD^ f., desolate. 

nftO£> f. — I. desolation. — II. astonish- 

t t : 

ment. — III. a desolate place. 

npp£> f. — I. desolation, Eze. 35 : 7, 9. 

T\h& f.— I. desolation (pi. nW).— II. 
astonishment. — III. p.n. : (a) a bro- 
ther of David, called also WOW 
nypi^; (b)used also for other men. 

rilBBV rYinOB* p. n.; same as TXGN). 

pQE>£> m., astonishment, terrors, Eze. 
4: 16; 12 : 19. 

HEi^p f. — I. astonishment, Eze. 5: 15. 
— II. desolation. 

\ti& or ]t2$ (fut. \D®y was fat, 
prosperous. Hiph. I. became fat, 
Neh. 9:25. — II. made fat, Isa. 
6:10. 

IP^ m., riDp^ f.— I. ?)/Mmp (of an 
animal). — II. robust, stout (of a 
man). — III. nourishing (of food). 
— IV. rich, fertile, abundant. 

\tW m. — I. oil. — II. ointment. — III. 
richness, delicacy of food, Isa. 25 : 
6. — IV. fertility. — V. prosjmrity, 
Isa. 10:27. (fP^ *r*JJ any resinous 
tree.) 

D H ?P^ m. pi., fatness, Gen. 27 : 28, 39. 

D^P^S m. pi., " desolate places," 
Eng. Ver., Isa. 59:10. 

}D^P m., fatness ; pi. D>3»B>D fer- 
tile places. 

D^pS^P m. pi., rich food, Neh. 8: 10. 

nUDE^rD p. n. of a man. 

t - : • * 

^yfop f., nfi& const, rubKJ m., 

> ight ; pi. D^b^ eighty. 



WP& m., eighth; n»3*P&> a musical 
instrument, probably with eight 
strings. 

yfip, yx$ (<^t. vftw\ ; inf. yb^ ; 

const. V_iy&, with H parag. 

nj;p^, with suff. inyp^; imp. 

VP^ with n parag. nyp^). — I. 
heard. — II. hearkened, with 3, ?tf, 
?. — III. understood. Niph. I. was 
heard. — II. was hearkened to. Pi. 

I. caused to hear, summoned. Hiph. 

yv&n (fut. apoc. yp^n).— i. 

caused to hear, be heard. — II. pro- 
claimed. — III. summoned. 

ypL^ Ch., he heard. Ith. he obeyed. 

))12& p. n. of a man. 

yp£>, ynw m. (with suff. *yow, 

^ytyty). — I. the act of hearing. — 

II. report, fame. — III. sound. 
ypK> p.n. of a man. 

yDfcy p. n., a town of Judah. 
yfy& m. (with suff. \yVW), fame. 
XViyy p. n. of a man; see HQ^. 
nypl^ p n., same as T\tW\ patron 

TtyftV} (with art.) p. n. of a man. 
jiypfc^ p. n. — I. Simeon, the son of 

Jacob and Leah (LXX. Su/zewv). 

— II. used also of his descendants; 

"•yypi^ a Simeonite. 
^yOV? p. n. of a man, Shimei. 
H>yp^, -irryp^ p. n. of a man. 
\y£y Kal imp. pi. f. for lUJJD&J from 

: jw. 

Jiypt^ p. n. of a woman. 

ny-lb^, nyfcV f. — l.a report. — II. 

a message. 
rviywn f., a hearing, Eze. 24:26. 
yftw6 m.— I. act of hearing, Isa. 1 1:3. 

— II. p. n- of a man. 



VVW ( 272 ) 

nj;p^D f. — I. court of hearing, 
council. — II. subjects, Isa. 11:14. 
Y12VJ root not used; (Arab, hastened) . 
WOtJJ m., a small portion, a hint, Job 

*4:12; 26:14. 
iVtlpW f., defeat, Ex. 32:25. 

*1D$ {fat. "ib^J.— I. kept watch over, 
watch ed. — 11. guarded, preserved. 
— III. kept in mind. — IV. attended 
to an office. — V. look heed. — VI. 
observed, remembered. — VII. re- 
garded, reverenced— V 111. guarded 
against, avoided. Niph. I. noticed, 
was aware of, perceived. — II. was 
preserved, delivered. — 111. took 
heed. — IV. guarded himself, ab- 
stained, with |P and \3Sft ; imp. 
IDfiPil, TQBfcl. Pi- regarded, Jon. 
2:9. Hith. "lOT^n kept, guarded 
himself. — II. was observed. 
Vffi} m. — I. a thorny shrub, " spina 
Egyptiaca." — II. a diamond. — III. 
p.n.: (a) a town of Judah; (b) a 
town of Ephraim ; (c) of a man. 
VpW m., pi. D'HOB*. — I. sediment, 
' lees, dregs. — II.*D*|?jjD W clear 
wine.— III. p- n. of a man. 
ipb> p. n. of a man, and of a woman. 
n"OS> f., a watch, Ps. 141 : 3. 
n'TO^ f- pi-, the same, Ps. 77:5. 
UiypW m.pl., observance of a festival, 

Ex. 12:42. 
$ni?W p. n. — 1. a town of Zebulun. 
— II. a son of Issachar. Patron. 
W. 
P"ti?K> p.n.— 1. Samaria (2e/3aorr?j). 
—II. the land of Israel ; tjh^ a 
Samaritan. 
t*1Q^ Ch , p. n., Samaria. 



tob> 



iy?W p. n. of a man. 
ITHDE' l). n. of a man 

t : - : . ■ 

•irTHDL" p. n. of a man. 

t : - :. l 

riHDl^ p. n. of a woman ; same as 
rnDW p. n. of a man. 

t ; • * 

nTlDK'N f., night-watch ; const. 

7nbK>X; pi. nhm\s. 

~lDK>E> m. — I. the act of guarding, 
watching. — II. keeping guard. — 
III. imprisonment. — IV. a prison. 
— V. an appointed duty. 

JTWP f. (pi. nVWD).-l. guard- 
ing, watching. — II. imprisonment. 

V)l2V) Ch. Pa., attended, served, Dan. 

7:10. 

WW com. (with suff. ■#?£*), the 

' sun , pi. T\\WtoW thy pinnacles, 

Isa. 54 : 12 ; WO# 1^5? a city of 

Dan. 

|V^P^ p. n., Samson. (LXX. Sa/u- 

W'DW p. n. of a man. 
*1B>P£ ; p. n. of a man. 
'•nbi^ p. n. of a man. 

ItiCSsp, 3K3£>; see p^- 
w, \x-W'> ' see n:3 ^- 

K3B> sleep, Ps. 127:2 ; see |K>V 
"VVK3BJ p. n. of a man. 

^W (Arab. /wd a cool mouth). 
23^X m., a latticed window. 

!"G$ (fut. njjp., K}f9<— I. repeal 
an action. — II. was different, with 
|p. — III. tyas changed. — IV. was 
disobedient (part. D*3fe> rebellious). 
Niph. fcemg" repeated, Gen. 41 : 32. 
Pi. H3B ; , N3£> I. changed. — II. 
violated a promise. — III. removed 
a person to another place, Est. 2:9; 



K3B> 



( 273 ) 



r\VV 



with '"IDJJDTlN changed his mind, 
feigned himself mad. Pu. fut. 
fcOL'^ was changed, Ecc. 8:1. Hith. 
changed, disguised himself, 1 Ki. 
14:2. 
feOK* Ch — 1. was changed. — II. was 
different from, with }ft. Pa. I. 
changed. — II. mads different ; part, 
pass, different. Ith. ivns changed. 
Aph. changed. 

nw f. (pi. d^, w, n\:v, nim 

tt vt ■ t * •• : T : 

— I. a year. — II. the produce of a 
year; IW iW, n)V2 i13B>, **HD 

,TT,3 T T ^ * J • - : - . • 

fc^Niv in the second year of Joash; 
iW niKD B>fc> nJBa in Me si* 

t t •• •■ ~ : • 

hundredth year. Dual D^fO^ fr/;o 
years; D^C D^JTi3^ /or £w?o years. 

T\W, S3^ f. Ch., year; pi. |*3I?\ 

HJC', n3# sleep; see JB>\ 

D»2tn3EMwory; see pp. * 

^Ji^ m., bright, scarlet colour; pi. 

D?3E> const. *3B> m., DW const. 
"'flK' f. dual, £/*e numeral two ; 
D)3K^ D?3gJ apiece; with suff. 
Dn\DKJ ooM o/ them ; f., twice, 
again; D)F1^3 again, "ibjJ D'OK' 

m., rnby. dw f., fu>eZw. T 

^3t^ ei.., 1V3E> f., second; f., again. 

PI. D»3B>. 
jK3B> m., ' " angels," Eng. Ver. ; 

'£JJ "'QPX thousands repeated (Ges.), 

Ps. 68:18- 
tl^p const, FttBfo m.— I. second — 

II. JAe second rank, second in rank. 

III. double. — IV. a copy. — V. of an 
inferior kind, 1 Sa. 15:9. — VI. a 
division of Jerusalem. 

JS? (pret. .133^, *n^).-l. sharpened 



a sword, fyc. — II. sharpened the 

tongue (of slanderers), Ps. 64 : 4; 

140 :4. Pi. taught assiduously, with 

b, Deu.6:7. Hithpo. p'lrC'H w<u 

pained acutely, Ps. 73:21. 
ju', "}£> com. (with suff. *3fc>; dual 

DJ3B?, \3E>).— I. a tooth.— II. ivory. 

— III. the ridge of a rock; j/?p \&. 

— IV. the prong of a fork. — V. 

p.n. of a place. 
D^H^ m. pi., elephant's tooth, ivory. 

(The word is probably a compound 

of ]\y a tooth, and 3H an elephant; 

from the Sanscrit ibha.) 
HJ'OK' f., pointed saying, taunt ; 

H3\J£Jv HTI he was for a taunt. 
3K3K> p. n. of a king. 

0%&. Pi. D3IP g-mterf Am Joins, 1 Ki. 
18:46. 

~lj>3£> p. n., one of the names of Ba- 
bylon and its vicinity. 

i~IDi£/ plundered; part. D^DS? spoilers. 
Po. HtW the same, Isa. 10: 13. 

T 

DD&y (fut. Dfe») the same; part. DKB>, 
'with suff. "S|*DKfe>. Niph. DKO was 
p/underai. 
nD^P f., prey. 

>D£^ having a division; JJp£> JJpb> 
nD")3 or nypJ^ having divided 
hoofs; njMDfcJJn nD"]S having a 
divided hoof. Pi. I. clove, Lev. 1 : 
17. — II. tore asunder, Jud. 14:6, 
&c— III. withheld, 1 Sa. 24:8. 
)}DW m., division in a hoof. 

&|D6?. Pi. *|DIP cm/ down, 1 Sa. 15:33. 

I. T\y$ (fut. apoc. J^?1) looked at fa- 
vourably, approved, with ?N. — II 
looked at with attention, with L 



iW ( 274 ) 

— III. looked to for help, with ?!tf. 
p]}_. — IV. looked away from, re- 
spited, with |E>, Job 7: 19. Hiph. 
imp. y^'H I. looked away from, 
with ]D, Ps. 39 : 14. — II. turn away 
the eyes, Isa. 6:10. See also in 
WW. Hith. fut. apoc. J/JT^P. look 
about with alarm, Isa. 41:10; pi. 
with H parag. nyfi^O we may look 
with alarm, be dismayed, Isa. 41 :23. 

II. PIJJ$ same as JJ^ ; imp. -W &e 
blinded (Ges.); "cry," from JJ-16J>, 
Eng. Ver. ( Is. 29:9. 
nyg f. Cii., an hour; K£J?^ 33 iro- 
media/e/<y. 

riDy ki/ f., stamping of hoofs, Jer. 47 : 
3. (Arab, pounded) 

\j\Dy]u m., cloth of a mixture of wool 
' andjlax, Lev. 19:19; Deu. 22:11. 

h0, 7>J?g> (With SUff. %?; pi. 

&^>> *.te). — I. palm of the 

hand, Isa. 40: 12. — II. a handful. 
7W m. — I. a fox.— II. p. n. of a 

man. 
DvP^ p. n. of a district. 
D*37J^, |*3^ p. n., a town of the 

Danites ; 'Ollpyt? a Shaalbonite. 
?iy^P m., a narrow way, Nu. 22 : 24. 



Niph. }ypO 1. leaned on, with 
?]}_. — II. reclined. — III. touched a 
boundary with ?, Nu. 21:15. — 
IV. depended on, with pVL, ?i$, 2L- 

]W® m., a support. 

\V&6 m., i1$E>D f., the same, Isa. 
8:1. 

n.DV.^p f. (pi. Di^^D), walking 
suck, staff. 

WW Pil. WVV I. delighted. — II. 



nop 

p/ayed, Isa. 11:8. Pul. JTOK* w<w 
fondled, Isa. 66:12. Hiph. imp 
y^H coyer Me eyes, mafte blind, 
Isa. 6: 10; see in H^K*. Hithpal. 
y^yril^n delighted himself, with 



D^y-IE^J?^ m. pi., delights, source of 
delight. 
*\W p. n. of a man. 

1J^ Pro. 23:7, "thinketh," £uJ 
Ver.; meaning uncertain. 
"ij?t^ m. — I. ua/we, measure, Gen. 26: 
12.— II. m. (f. Isa. 14:31).— 1. 
opening, gate of a city. — 2. the 
people assembled at the gate, Ru. 
3:11. — 3. the city itself ; with fl 

loc. rny^ ; pi. Dny^, ny^. 

QH'^ P- n -> a town of Judah. 
"iyi^ m., a porter. . 

IJW m., pi. Dny*^ blighted figs, Jer 
29:17. 
"VnyB* m., f. iTT*TgB> causing to shud- 
der, horrible. 

*yn§# m., f. njtngj?, nnv hoA 

rible, Jer. 18: 13. 
'"•^^ p. n. of a man. 
nipjr^ p. n. of a man. 

WW, lI'^W; see VW- 

HSU (Arab, became visible). Niph. 
!™1|^ "in a lofty, conspicuous 
mountain, Isa. 13:2. Pu. -13^ 
became prominent (the bones), Job 
33:21. 
na^ or nQ£> f., cheese; pi. const. 

T fri3^, 2 T Sa. 17:29. 
W in pause »BB* m. (pi. O^BBM 

. • _ . |. a . VJT . T . I 

D^ipP') elevated, conspicuous place 
\E& t )p& p. n. of a man. 



PIBK> ( 275 ) 

nnp^ f. (pi. rflnQG?) female servant 

or slave. 
nnS^Q const. nnS^O f. (with sufF. 

T >nnsi^p; P i. nVnk^p). — i. a 

household. — II. a family or clan. 
— III. a race or kind. 

tOS^y I. judged. — II. decided a cause. 
—III. defended the right of. — IV. 
decided between, with pi-1 • • • p2, 
*p . . . p^ — V. punished. — VI. ruled; 
part. tt£b> a judge, ruler. Niph. 
D3£0 I. was judged, Ps.9:20.— II. 
reasoned icith another, disputed, 
with riX, DJJ, h, W- Po. part. 
''ppb'P my judge. 

DBB> Ch. part. DB£> judg-e, Ezr. 7 : 
25. 

D1BB> m. (pi. D^p-ID^) judgments. 

DBK* p. n. of a man. 

DB& m., pi. □"•PS*? judgments, 
punishments. 

rT>OQt^ p. n. of a man. 

•liT'DBS^ p.n. of a man 

JDD&? p.n. of a man. 

DSi^P m. — I. deciding, decision, sen- 
tence. — II. punishment. — III. a 
court of justice. — IV. a cause for 
trial. — V. justice, equity. — VI. 
any positive institution; the right 
claimed upon such institution. — 
VII. custom. — VIII. manner, ap- 
pearance. 
>B2>, *BB\ D"W; see HB^. 
&BW, flB^BS? ; see 5}B&>>. 
VBK>, T3K>; see "I3B>- 

• T ' • " 

*T[£D£^ I. poured out. — II. shed blood. — 
III. threw up a mound. — IV. 



5\BK> 

anger. — VI. gave abundantly 
Niph. trop. was poured out, was 
shed. Pu. I. was poured out. — II. 
slipped. Hith. T]3fi£yn was shed. 

"?JB&y in., the place of pouring out, 
' Lev. 4:12. 

H33^ f., membrum virile, Deu. 23:2. 

i t : t 

^5^ {fSA.hw)i inf.W). — I. was 
low, was lowered. — II. was humbled. 
Hiph. I. brought low. — II. sent 
down, Isa. 57 : 9. — III. cast down, 

humbled; FTP 'fc? humble in spirit . 
?B^> Ch. Aph. humbled, brought low. 
?B£J m., 7\?T&} f. — I. low. — II. low in 

T T T T ; 

rank or importance. — III. humble. 
Pp& m. Ch., low in rank, Dan. 4: 14. 

bw m - ( with suff - ^W)> lowl V 
place, condition. 

ihw) t, the same, Isa. 32:19. 
Tw^P f., low country; rbp&7\ the, 
low country, \. e. the plain between 
Joppa and Egypt. 
n-V?B!&' f., lowness of the hands, in- 
activity, Ecc. 10:18. 
DB^ p.n. of a man. 
DB£>, VStopp p.n., a town of Judah ; 
">pp^ a Shiphmite. 

*l£w m. — I. the jerboa; LXX. x 0l P°~ 
ypvWwg, Lev. 11:5; Deu. 14:7. 
— II. p.n. of a man. 

^5^ (Syr. inundated). 

ySK^ m., overflowing, abundance, Deu. 
33:19. 

nyB^ f. — I. inundation. — II. multi- 
tude. 

tyspfc^ p.n. of a man. 



uttered a prayer, — V. metaph. i *\vy (Syr. he crept; Arab, a spec kled 
poured out his soul, his heart, his \ snake). 



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pp^' 



jiQtspt^ m ., a species of serpent, Gen. 

49:17. 
DQ-13&' p.n., a son of Benjamin. 
l&-1QE^ p.n. of a man. 
W*B$ p.n. of a man. 

")!%& was pleasing, with 7V_, P s - 16:6. 
tfW f., beauty, Job 26: 13. 
1P& Ch., was fair, pleasing, with ?JJ, 

"lait^'m. (pi. WnSI^), trumpet, 

T T 

curved horn. 

"125^ m. — I. pleasantness, beauty, 
Gen. 49:21.— II. p.n., a moun- 
tain in the wilderness. 

H"IQ^ p. n. of a woman. 

t : • r 

"V-pE^ p. n., an unknown place. 

yi&& m. Ch., pleasing, fine. 

"iHDty ("I-1"1S^) m., royal canopy, Jer. 

43:10. 
fcOSISfc? m. Ch., the dawn, Dan. 
T 6:20. 

H3^ fixed, placed. 
Q^SK*' m. dual, cooking iwssels. 
D^HBfc/'P dual, the same. 

P]^^ m., overflowing, Isa. 54:8. 
p£ ; Ch., leg, same as p 5 ]^- 

IpS^ I. was sleepless, awake. — II. 

hatched, kept watch for, with ?V_- 

Pu. see next word. 
*]p^ 1. almond tree. — II. almond. 

Hence denom. Pu. part. DH^D 

formed like almonds. 

~lp£/\ Niph. was overflown (see V\>&)> 
Am. 8:8. Hiph. H^H (fut. apoc. 
pC^) I. gave drink to any one. — 
II. watered the ground ; part. 
np.EVD g-w'ing- water, Ps. 104:13. 
Pu. watered, refreshed, Job 21:24. 



r\p& f., drinking-trough ; pi. const. 

"rtngjp. 

*-1pt? m.'fjpl. with suff. V-lp*^).— I. re. 

freshment. — 11. drink. 
•1p^ or lply ; m. (pi. with suff. ')$&), 

drink. 
Hp^'ft m. — 1. cup-bearer.— II. oVmfc. 
— III. a watered country. 
7\pty Kal imp. with H parag., from p£'3 
flj?K> ; see fpfc}\ 

£DpE^ I. was quiet, undisturbed. — II. 
ceased. — III. remained inactive. — 
IV. was silent. Hiph. I. caused 
to cease. — II. was quiet, ceased, 
with h and }D ; inf. EpipPI rest, 
tranquillity. 
LJpi^ m., rest, quiet, I Chron. 22:9. 

7p&^ I- weighed. — II. weighed in 
payment, paid. — III. estimated, 
judged. — Niph. 1. was paid. — II. 
was judged. 

h\># m. (pi. D^j^, *b\>&).— I. a cer- 
tain standard weight, the shekel. 
— II. a silver coin of that weight. 

hp&ft rn., act of weighing, weight - 

WpEto m., weight, Eze. 4: 10. 

n|?p^?0 f., balance, Isa. 28:17. 

nVpt^P f., the same, 2 Ki. 21 : 13. 

T\6p& f., pi. D^pp^, niDp^ tf/ca- 
wore free, a species of fig. 

VD& I- sanfc. — II. was overflown. — 
Vll. abated (of fire). Niph. wa% 
overflown, Am. 8:8 (Ketib nj3fc?3) 
which see in n^- 
ypt^D m., a pond, Eze. 34: 18. 
nn-inyp^ f. pi., holloics, parts cor- 
roded, KoiXadte., Lev. 14:37. 
W?B*. Niph. and Hiph. I. looked.— 



Rp# 



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Tt? 



II. looked down, through, towards. 

— III. threatened. 
+\p& m., covering, coping, 1 Ki. 7 :5. 
D*SppK' m. pi., coped, having copings, 

1 Ki. 6:4. 
PppE>pm.,/inteZ,£eam oyer a doorway. 

\\?'& •• ^i- I. regarded with disgust. 
—II. loathed, Ps. 22:25— III. pcd- 

f*p&> m., abominable thing. 
Y^pW m., an abomination. 

pp$ (fut. pfe^).— I. ran to and /re.— 

II. was eager. Hithpal. ran to 
and fro; fut. pi. ])pW\>r\W\, Nah. 
2:5. 
p&>D m., running to and fro, Isa. 
T 33:4. 

"lpfc^ (fut. TpB») acted falsely towards, 
with P. Pi. "Ip£> with 2.— I. of- 
fered a falsehood. — II. acted falsely. 
IpS^ m. — I. falsehood. — II. a de- 
' ceitful thing. — III. 'SP *$ /atee 
witness ; "Ip&p? in vain, falsely ; 
~\pW2, "IpSf'i /afeefy; 1j?j5> adv. 
in vain. 

npb>, ninp^; see npp. 

l9, "?H^; see "MP- 
STUP; see mB>. 

t : 

")V^nS5> p. n. of an Assyrian prince ; 
' ' see '& b}~)).- 

yfitf m.— I. drought, Isa. 49 : 10.— II. 
the mirage, Isa. 35:7 (Arab, the 
same). 
iT3~l£> p. n. of a man. 

t: vv * 

t^SI^' same as 133^ a sceptre (Esther 
only). 

("P^ set at liberty, Job 37:3. Pi. 
iW the same, Jer. 15:11. 



fcO£> Ch.— I. untied.— II. solved— III 

t; 

halted, dwelt. Pa. I. untied. — II. 
began. Ithpa. was /oose. 
.*W, nhB>u>aJte; see W. 

TT T 

'•"1^ p. n. of a man. 

-T * 

nn^ f., coat of mail, Job 41 : 18. 
t ; • 

P - )^ m., the same. 

pns\ pnp m. (pi. Doh^, n'unB>, 

ni^")D). — I. a coat of mail. — II. 
P'H^p.n., a part of Mount Hermon. 

rrw6 {., juice; vo$rTTgfo juice 

of grapes, Nu. 6:3. 
m^, rr\!X&; see TIP. 

T" •• 

|n-1"l^ p. n., a city of the tribe of 

Simeon, 
pity p. n., the plain between Joppa 

and Cesarea. 
n'lpn^; see p"lE\ 
"mtf, YrtTntf; see T)W. 
nnp same as TV'TRW; see "1KB>. 

f 1$ (fut. p£»). — I. became nw- 
merous. — II. produce in great 
numbers, swarm— 111. creep, crawl, 
Eze.47:9. 
flM? m. col., small creatures, whethei 
insects, reptiles, or fishes. 

jTtfy (fut. p~p\).— I. ivhistle, or hiss 

for, call by whistling, with p. — II. 

/liss at in contempt, with ?j). 
np~)C> f., derision, scorn. 
nip^ll^ f., hissing, derision, Jer. 18:16. 

— II. whistling, piping, Jud. 5:16. 
JVp"IPD m. Ch., " flute," Eng. Ver.; 

LXX. avpiyyoq, Dan. 3: 5— 15. 

I. ^V")^ (Arab, made wicked); part. 

"lie adversary. 
~T\& p. n. of a man. 

TT * , 

II. 1 Iy (Sy r - w 7015 fi>'in)- 



TW 



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bnt? 



1"P m. (with suff. "5|TjB9, the navel, 

Cant. 7:3. 
!& m. (with suff. "^.550, the same. 
"l'Ht£> m., pi. D'H'HfcS' firm, solid parts, 

Job 40: 16. 
ri'llHK' f. with 2?, firmness, obstinacy 

of heart. 
mfc? f., pi. T))1W chains, bracelets, 

Isa. 3:19. 
mBhB> f., a chain. 
TWrp f., pi. const, rm-p chains, 

small bracelets, Ex. 28:22. 

KHJ? m. (with suff. DBhB>; pi. 
*tMh&, W1W).— I. a root.— II. 

TT •* JT * 

sAoo£, suckers, Isa. 11:10; 53:2. 
— III. lowest part of any thing; 
e. g., so/e o/ Me /bo£, bottom of the 
sea, 8fc. — IV. foundation, ground- 
work ; "Q^ 'W ground of com- 
plaint, Job 19:28. 

\tH§ Pi. denom. rooted up. Pu. &*)& 
was rooted up. Poel KHK' and 
Poal fcht? foofc roof. Hiph. GP^n 
the same. 

Khfe> m. Ch., a root. 

CJHfc^ p. n. of a man. 

«5hB* f (^1^) f. Ch., rooming up, 
banishment, Ezr. 7:26. 
m^T^, nn^l^'; see V)G?. 

PD^. Pi. m£\ — I. waited on, with 

fits. — II. attended to, with accus., 

^>. V — III. mrP D55>3 'B> or ^ 

iTIfVVlNI performed the service of 

the sanctuary. — IV. worshipped, 

Eze. 20:32. Part. J1TO m., 
,. T . 

n"}t^D f., minister. 
HW, Po.'nW; see nD&^. 

T T T T T 

t*'^ f., nW const., nW m., six; 
pi. D" 1 ^^ sirty ; see also in WWP> 



nt^t^ Pi. gm>e a «#M part of, Eze 

T 45:13. 
*Bfe> m., HW f., Me «a?/A; in f. 
a si#M part. 

N^fc^. Pi. KE>£> cawseJ *o walk, led. 

T Eze.39:2. T 
"i^3^^ p. n., the Persian name o( 

Zerubbabel. 
WW p. n. of a man. 
^G^ p. n. of a man. 
"?\WW p. n., a prophetic title of Babylon. 
}£>£> p. n. of a man. 
p&W p. n. of a man. 

"$/$ with pause 'WW m., red ochre 

or red lead ; LXX. uiXrog. 
I\W, nm\ W pret. from rvic>. 
n& tumult, see HK^. 

rtii> p. n., rrins?, see n*B>. 
n£>, rrin^, see nne\ 

H^ Ch., six ; pi. pn^ warty. 

HW (inf. nhtf, in^, nin^ ; fut. 

T hn&\; apoc. $&§.— I. he drank. 

— II. sat at table, banqueted, Est. 

7: 1. — III. met., experienced. — IV. 

consumed. Niph. fut. iin&P, was 

drunk, Lev. 1 1 : 34. 
nW, KnV Ch., he drank ; pret. with 

T « pros.Vri^wS. 
"•ntJJ m. — I. drinking. — II. the warp 

of a well. 
n*nS^ f., drinking, Est. 1:8. 

t • : 

nriK^P m. — I. tfie act of drinking. - 
II. a banquet. — III. the drink itself. 

nfl^D emph. K^^O m. Ch., the 
same. 

WW Ps. 73:9, pret. pi., frum rW. 
DW; see D^. 

/H£y planted a tree. 



w 



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Vnn 



ynti in., pi. DTM vH£ ; olive shoots, 

branches, Ps. 128:3. 

EHt^ (Copt, tc close); |$n DJTC> 
'• whose eyes were opened," Eng. 
Ver., Nu. 24:3, 15. 

JW. Hiph. made water; "1^3 |W£ 
Ma* ... against the wall; i.e., a 
very mean man. 

pHfc^ I. became still, was at rest. — 
" II. ceased (of strife), Pro. 26:20. 

hn^ p. n., a prince of Persia. 

^?i3 "IH^ p- n. of a Persian. 

nnfc^ same as JVtP placed. 

n& m. (pi. with suff. Dn^ninip), the 

buttocks. 

n 

k$F\ m., a room or chamber ; pi. D^JR, 

niKfi ; (Arab, habitation). 
Nfi; see \X\V\. 

I. HXri desired, longed for, with ?, 

Ps*119, 40, 174. 
H3$n f., desire, Ps. 119:20. 

II. HXfi same as 3yfl. Pi. part. 

- T ' T 

3XnD abhorring, Am 6:8. 

•• t : 

H^n. Pi. marfc, mar/j owf; fut. pi. 
T Wnn, Nu. 34:7,8. 

•13l!^ T ' for ^U^D Kal fut - P 1 ' 
'from 3HK- 

IXp, fcfltt •»•» the Egyptian antelope: 

antilope oryx (Linn.). 
HlXri desire; see iTltf- 
in^pfetfl Pi- fut. with suff. for -111738$, 

or Kal fut. with suff. for }iT?pKfl, 

from !?3N. 
Jl?Xri cursing; see n?K- 

Lj^sH was double; part-D^pSfi twins. 
Hiph. produced twins. 



D'lSn m, pi. D^DiKri, D*Ota fwtri*; 
pL const. »»XR 

njKF), n:«ri f nyjsn; see ro«. 

PUKR, D^Jjl; see |4K. 

i"6^ ri^Sri p. n., a town of Ephraim, 
IXn I. turned, made a circuit. — II. 

- T 

was formed, drawn, used in both 

senses of a boundary only. Pi. 

delineated, marked the form of. 
iShp p. n. of a place, Jos. 19:13. 
ISA m. (with suff. ViKh, i"lKFl).— I. 

form, personal appearance. — II. 

beauty. 
jns?l? p.n. of a man. 
WKn ; see "IKW. 

fco'n for nnh, niNn k&i fut. 2. P ers., 
from rn«. 

n^Khn Kal fut. pi. f., from S03- 

/Qrl const. fi3Fl f. (Coptic an ark, 
chest; Hierog. the same). — I. 
Noah's ark. — II. the basket in 
which Moses was exposed. 

HiOnfl; see ^3. 

nKtari, nnNhn for Ninn ; *nxhn 

tt'.tt t * • t 

for ''SOFI Kal fut. with H parag., 
and with suff. ^flgilfl for *J&tf3ft, 
from K13. 

I-13F1, n>13ri; see |*3. 

HD-nn; see D-13. 

t : 

TQfi p. n. — I. a mountain of Galilee 
on the borders of Zebulun and 
Naphtali. — II. a city of the Levites 
in Zebulun. — III. a grove of oaks 
in Benjamin. 

;J3jR, "H^Ffi Kal fut. apoc, from HD3- 

?3Fj, see ?3^; 73F1, see ??3- 
73F) same as ?3-1Fl- 
rV?3FI ; see rf?2. 



tan 



&2H; see ^2. 

|5o m -> straw. 

"OZiri p. n. of a man. 

}2inp m., Zieap of straiv, Isa. 25: 10. 

ivans ; see nan. 

jVJHn Kal fut. pi. with 3 parag. from 

T nyn. 

rnynn ; see -ijn. 

}*2n p.n., a place not far from Sichem. 

"Ofi Ch. part., f. rn*iri brittle, Dan. 
2:42. 

rwnaan for hanaan Kai fut. P i. f. 

from rQJl. 

~ T 

|-V3n Hiph. fut. pi. with J parag. from 

: na\ 

Pilfl Niph. fut. apoc. from i"l?J. 

t,d*6s n^an.-ipte nAfi,*iDKate 'n, 

1pp?2 'ft p.n., a king of Assyria. 

^loanY "see tea. 
rnan; see ma. 

nbhyp), nD^ain p. n., some country 
to the north of Palestine. 

"irnri; see inn. 

K^IA; see l-H. 

^•Vmn Pi. fut. pi. with suff. from 

'ribn. 

"iDin p. n., a city in the Syrian desert, 

Palmyra. 
?jnn p. n. of a king, Gen. c. 14. 

(inn (Arab, a desert). 
•inn m. — I. emptiness. — II. a vain 
thing, nothing. — III. desolation. — 
IV. a desert, wilderness. — V. adv. 
in vain. 

Dinn the deep; see D-1H. 

"•nn, '•nnj, in pause '•nn, fut. apoc, 

from n*n. 

13D\"lfl for na Win Hiph. fut., from 

tv*: TV': * 

D-in. 



( 280 ) -pn 

nten, n^nn ; see bbn. 

T.n?nn for nn^nn ; see n^nn in 

Vx LLti ' vt • : x • : 

7?n. 

n D -1? n n procession ; see "]? i"l . 

na-iann, nteenri; see nan. 

•1?nnn Pi. fut. pi. with dag. euphon., 

from ?nri- 

"IH; see i"l1R 

T ' T T 

Kin same as itfn. 

D^ltt Ch., returned. Aph. l*nn I. 
returned, carried back. — II. an- \ 
swered, with QHnS- 

ta'in, tan p.n. of some northern na- 
tion, perhaps the Tibarenes. 

Hi? ta-in p. n., a son of Lantech, the 
first artificer in iron. 

na-ifi; see na\ 
min ; see m\ 

T 

HlFl Ch., was amazed, Dan. 3:24. 

<I]Jm. Pi. n-in made marks, scrabbled, 
ISa. 21:14. Hiph. I. with IF) made 
a mark, Eze. 9:4. — II. metaph. 
provoked, i. e. made a painful mark, 
scratch, wound, Ps. 78:41; Vulg. 
exacerbaverunt. 
IF! m., a mark or sign, Eze. 9:4; 
(Arab, a mark in the form of a 
cross, put upon the necks of ca- 
mels; hence the Phoenician and 
Greek letters r tau). 

nm p.n. of a man. 

ntein ; see te\ 



, const. Tjin m., the middle; "?|iri3 
in the middle, among, within, 
through ; Tjinp from the midst of; 
1,in"/ ) {< into the midst of; "s\)P 
oppression; see in "Jpn* 

\)yn m., nate^n f., middle. 



Tin 



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nnn 



nrpin, nrpin; see ro\ 

TOFI, nTfol; see W 

bS'in ; see ft\ 

yVin, nyVin, ns/pin; see ]h>n. 

D^rp'in same as D^pisn ; see DNH. 
Tppfrl for ^pin Kal part., from 1DH- 

nnjnn, njjnn; see nyn. 
njrin; see nyn. 
nisyin j see 6)jr>. 

*l^n (Arab, sptf through detestation). 

na'n f.— i. D*aefe ; n 06/cc* 0/ detes- 
tation, (one in whose face they 
spit), Job 17:6— II. nan, with 1 
parag. nPlQn p.n., a place in the 
valley of Hinnom, near Jerusalem. 

niK'fin ; see K¥\ 

"iW I. go about as a spy, spy out. — 

II. search out, explore. — III. travel 
about, 1 Ki. 10: 15.— IV. seek after 
the heart, go astray, Nu. 15:39, 
with nnX- Hiph. I. send spies, 
Jud. 1:23. — II. direct aright, Pro. 
12:26. 

Tin m. — I. turn, order, Est. 2: 12, 15. 
— II. row, string of beads, Cant. 
1:10, 11. — HI- a turtle dove. — 
IV. same as ITJn way, manner, 
I Chron. 1":1 H 
"AJV m., "that which one discovers" 
(Ges.) ; "abundance," see 1JV 
(Lee); "range," Eng. Ver., Job 
39:8. 
Tllm; see PIT* 

"lin m. Ch., an ox. 
Itrn ; see 3B>\ 

r 

fVfc^in f. — I. abundance, wealth. — II. 
abundantly, entirely, Job 30:22. — 

III. security. — IV. wisdom. 
nnifi; see fllV. 



Tin, inn ; see m 

vIB for yM?i y7$? Kal fut - 2 - P era 

from ^TS. 
nW|3Fli see 13T. 

*JlTn for On-TXn Pi. fut. with suff.from 
'" : -|TX. 

niTiann, nftann ; see ?nn. 

•inh p.n., same as nlR 
tnri Kal fut. apoc. from HTH. 
Tph for Tnsn Kal fut. from THIS, 
"•rin fut. apoc. from HTI. 
"ObSnn p.n. of a man. 

'pnn for Snn mph. fut. from ^>n. 
n?nri; see bbn. 
c^N-ftnn ; see n^n. 
DDnn ; ' see Don. 

jnK* n'unn; see n:n. 

nann, D^-unn, n'ttttrp; see pn. 

Dmsnn, Dmann (Diana), p. n.— 

' La city of Egypt.— II. D\3Snfl a 
queen of Egypt. 

sinn, ninn ; see nnn. 

t : ~ t - : - 
yinn p. n. of a man. 

£>nn m . £ ; nn iiy, D^nn niiiy. 

— I. a colour of which skins were 

dyed, probably blue; " badgers' 

skins," Eng. Ver. — II. p. n. of a 

man. 
^nn, BTUni, Job 31 :5 ; Kal fut. apoc. 

(HOT); see WM. 
nnn root not used; (Ethiop. "cast 

down"), 
nnn m., that which is under, below. 

Adv. below; prep.i'7r6. — I. under — 

II. instead of. — III. in return for; 

1£Jtf nnn whereas, because that ; 

''S ; n because ; (also without '•3) 

with suff. >nnn pannn); n/nnn ; 
vnnn, n^nnn (nanrin); wnrin ; 

t : ~ t v : ~ t :• : - * • : 

19 



nnn 



nnnn, D^nnn, DPPnnn. Comp. 

nhrip from under, under; nnFlE> 
? under, beyond ; T\r\F\~?$ under, 
nnri p. n. — I. one of the stations of 
Israel in the wilderness. — II. name 
of a man. 

nnn ch., ^ . 

r " „ > under. 

ninn ch., f 

"•nnn m., n*nnn, n^nnn f., lower, 
' 'lowest; pi.'m. D^nnn, f. n'vnnn 

lowest parts or places. 

finnn m., njinnn f., loicer, lowest. 
nnn' Ch. Aph! fut. from nm 
nnn Kai fut. f. from nm. 

OF) Kal fut. apoc. from P1131 

VT\. Hiph. tnn, with pause ?nn cut 

' off. 
fW%i see^jn. 
ji^n, |i>in p. n. of a man. 
frstt^n, J^^n p. n. of a people of 

Arabia, and of their country. 
]WF); see p\ 
riwn ; see "lOH. 

nb^n, Ex. 25:31, for n^n Ni P h. 

T fut. from flte 

B?n*n, trrn ; see Bh\ 

fcOn^n p. n. of a man. 

DTn p. n., one of the sons of Japhet. 

G^J? m. (pi. D*#}R), he-goat or ram. 

Jl^n. Pu. -13n «?ere seated, sat down, 

T Deu. 33:3. 
rl^n, FDni Kal fut. apoc from iTO. 

niiin; see |-i3, pn. 

D^3fi, D S *5^ m. pi., probably 
peococfo, 1 Ki. 10:22; 2 Ch. 9:21. 

"n^DPl Ch., injured, hurt. 
^'n, "?pn m., era/if, oppression ; see 
also 1]in in TftR 



( 282 ) rbn 

DpDF) m. pi., oppressions, injuries. 
Pro. 29:13. 

rten, n^?n ; see rte. 

Jl/pri f., violet blue. 

jDft I. weighed. — II. pondered, ex- 
amined. Niph. I. was measured, 
examined. — II. was of just meastire, 
fair, equal. Pi. pn I. measured. 
—II. fixed, Ps. 75:4.— III. directed, 
Isa. 40:13. Pu. measured, reckon- 
ed, 2Ki. 12:12. 
|pn m. — I. fixed quantity, Ex. 5: 18. 
— II. measure, standard, Eze.45 : 1 1 . . 
— III. p. n., a town of the Simeon- 
ites. 
nM^n f. — I. arrangement, order, 
structure. — II. costly thing, Nah. 
2: 10 ; see also in |-13. 
n'Opn f., measure, standard. 
n?bn£ f. (with suff. 'W^nD), mea- 
sure, proportion. 

D3n Pi. fut. apoc. from nDD. 

nD3n Hith. fut. from nD3. 

^Dfi; see -pD. 

fe'nVn; see^n. 
xbn, D^n ; see rbr\. 

n«Sn ; see rwh. 

nn^n, nin^n ; see ixh. 

*)®*6k t "l'^n p.n., a city of Syria 

or Mesopotamia. 
n^lAn; see^. 
%/ft m. Ch., snow. 

npn; see n?}n. 

TVft (part. ^n ; P i. fc^n, nwSn, 

D^Fl). — l.hung,vfith 2, 7>SJ wpon 
(a tree). — II. «made dependent," 
Job 26:7 (Lee). — III. placed in mi- 



nbn 



( 



pense. Niph. was hanged. Pi. 

hung, Eze. 27:10, 11. 
?6n, V\hT\\ Kal fut. apoc, from nit?- 
^"fl m. (with suff. ^yV)) quiver (that 

which is suspended), Gen. 27:3. 
rriD-'frn ; see fk. 
rpfl p. n. of a man. 

/ /T\ raised a mound; part. 7-vFl 
elevated, thrown up, Eze. 17:22; 

6nn,see^nn). 

7fl m. (with suff. npfi, D?fi).— I. /ie«p 
of ruins. — II. hill, mound. — III. ?FI 
D"QX p.n. of a town of Babylonia. 

—iv. a^hn bn p.n. ; see Khn- 

—V. nfc 7fi (At« o/ saft). P n *» a 
place in Babylonia. 

DylH m., furrow. 

^'fibft p.n. of a man. 

TpSn; see ID 1 ?. 

|pn Kal fut. apoc, from j-1?- 



S^fi. 



Pu. part. ED^Hp clothed in 
scarlet, Nah. 2:4. 

y^in m. (pi. ED^fi) — I. worm of 
any kind. — II. the worm used in 
dying scarlet. — III. scarlet cloth. 
— IV. p.n., Tolah: (a) a son of 
Issachar; patron. "<)l?)Fl. — (b) a 
judge of Israel. 

ny?in f., a ivorm. 

rnj^hfl f . (with suff. DfiyVlfl) a worm ; 
"0K> /D, /D *0K> I. scarlet or crim- 
son. — II. the kermes insect whence 
it was dyed. 

nVE>?J? f. pi., "an armoury," Eng. 
Ver.,Cant.4:4; meaning uncertain. 
"fehft same as ifiPt$FI. 

nSfl r, nrftn, xrbn m. ch., three; 

T pi. pJ^fi thirty. ^ 



288 ) DDn 

n^Jjl m. Ch., the same ; Xpfpfi D^K> 

and XFI?£) prince third in rank. 
»pfrfl m. Ch., third. 
*n*5Fl Ch., f. HKn^fi the same. 

D* 1 /}?/^ m - pi-., hanging, flowing oj 
hair; LXX. kXdrai, Cant. 5:11. 

DD Ch., with H parag. nDJH there. 

dr npa oh, riBFi; see DDn. 

KOn same as K»»R 

T *" T " 

HOFl wondered, was amazed. Hith. 

- T 

imp. -inpffin ^ >e astonished, Hab. 

1:5. 
npri m. Ch., wonder, miracle. 
jinBfi m., astonishment, terror. 
T^ftFl p. n a Syrian idol, perhaps 

Adoni 

/iDfr adv., yesterday; S'lDriN, 
b-lbjlN, ?toJW the same. 
n>10n ; 'see pp. ' 

rryiion ; see ni». 

nn-IDfl; see RID. 
npPl p. n. of a man. 
nDFl Hiph. fut. apoc. 

-, npri, from nn»- 

TDFl ; ' see 1-10. 
D^Pfi ; see DIOR 



with 



parag 



I. foo& ^o/ci o/, with 2 — II. held, 
held up, supported. — III. obtained. 
— IV. apprehended. — V. arrived at, 
reached. Niph. was holden, Pro. 
5:22. 

DDFl (fut. DRI, OiR, Dfifi; pi. 
•1DR, with pause -1DR).— I. was 
completed, ended. — II. was perfect 
in character, upright. — III. ceased, 
came to an end, finished. — IV. 
wasted away, consumed, destroyed; 
Dftri 1])_ until they were destroyed. 



D^n 



( 284 ) 



?n 



Niph. (fut. pi. V3FP).— I. was fi- 
nished. — II. was consumed. Hiph. 
ann (fut. OW; inf. with suff. 
^D^nn).— 1. finished, consumed. — 
II. declared perfect. — III. took the 
sum of, counted, 2 Ki. 22:4. — IV. 
cause to cease, remove, with \ft, 
Eze. 22 : 15. Hithpa. showed him- 
self perfect; fut. Dpfifi, 2 Sa. 22: 
26; Ps. 18:26. 
D^DFl m., n^DFI f. — 1. complete.— 

• t * t • ; 

II. whole, entire. — III. free from 
fault, defect. — IV. integrity. 
DP) m., HEP) f., blameless, honest, 

T T - 

virtuous, pious. 
QP), Din, "DPI m. (with suff. i©l=»). — I. 
completeness. — II. security, peace, 
prosperity. — III. innocence, integ- 
rity; pi. D^pP) probably truth; see 

Dn-ia- 

!"1E)P) L, innocence, integrity. 
D^Fl' double, contr. for D*Dfc&). 

Dhf? m., unhurt, sound, soundness. 
n^ppj p.n., a city of Judah. 
nrODP, p. n., a town of the Philistines ; 

tit : • r 

"OpPl a Timnite. 
D*l.n ropPl, rrip 'P) p..n., a town in 

Mount Ephraim. 
JJjpP) p.n. — I. of a woman. — II. of one 

of the tribes of Edom. 
DDQ; see DDE. 
DSJPJ. DpFfi Hiph. fut. apoc., from 

' 'hdd'' v 

^l&ft m. — I. a palm tree; pi. D'HftP). 
— II. p.n. of a woman. — III. p.n. 
of a town in south Palestine. — IV. 
p. n., same as ~lblP). — V. TJJ 
D'HEPin (city of pa.ms), a name 
of Jericho. 
*)DP) m. palm-tree, Jer. 10:5. 



rntefl f. (pi.Dnton, nnten), arfi 

y?ciaJ ;?aZm tree. 
D^-lipP) m. pi., columns, Jer. 31:21; 
see also in "HO- 

rwn f., pi. const, nhon ptWar* ?/ 

t t • * : • 

smoke. 
-pn Ex. 23:21, for "Ipfi Hiph. fut., 

from 11D (same as HID), 
•np'n for -l-lpK'n Kal fut. pi., from 

p-npri ; see pID. 

JPI, D^FJ; see pn. 

jFl, PI3P1 Kal imp., from \T\2- 

JHMJ Ch. Pe. fut., from JTP. 

n^fn /iirai, Hos. 8: 10. Pi. I. ascribed 

T T ' 

praise to, Jud. 5:11. — II. ce/e- 
brated an action, Jud. 11:40. 
Hiph. same as Kal, Hos. 8:9. 
niSFj f. pi., habitations, Mai. 1:3; see 

also in D'OP)- 
n^nS f., gift, wages of prostitution, 

T Hos. 2 : 14. 
"OnS p. n. of a man. 
}im m. (with suff. m|311$).— I. fee, 
gift, wages of prostitution. — II. 
p. n. of a man. 
}J3fi m. Ch., the second: f. HJOn, 
'* Dan. 7:5. 

n-13'OP) Ch. adv., a second time, again, 
Dan. 2:7. 
nKtorj ; see KH. 
ni-UFI; seem 
■Sjiri; see "pn. 
PlD&fl; seeD-11 
HD-UF); see*J-11 

HaH m., a furnace, oven. 

D^p-imn, nto-imn, norag ; see am 

m., with }T*K Me /ower par* of 
the ear. 
JFJ or |F) m., pi. D^P), fllPl jackals, or 



, 



on 



( 285 ) 



other wild animals of the desert; 
the precise meaning unknown. 
D^n m. sing., for p$Kl Eze. 29:3; 

32:2. 
pan m. (pi. D^afi).— I. a serpent.— 
II. any large marine animal. — III. 
a crocodile. 
np^ari; seeD£>a. 
*}pti for tjDKh Kal fut., from P|DS- 

3j?fi. Pi. nyn I. abhorred. — II. 

rendered loathsome. — III. was 
abominable. Hiph. ^JJnn I. acted 
abominably. — II. adv. abominably. 
Niph. nyna was abhorred. 
rny'lfl const, nnyift f.— I. abomina- 
tion. — II. impure detestable action. 
' — III. anything polluting. — IV. an 
idol. 

naa^rifor naajm Niph. fut. pi.,from jay- 

iiyft (fut. apoc. yriPl). — I. wandered, 
went astray. — II. staggered through 



sites 



p. n., a city of the Manas- 
in the tribe of Issachar. 



$?jy?' PiL pai-t.^ri^rip mocking, Gen. 

27:12. Hith. part. pi. D^nyfiE 

mocked, 2 Chron. 36: 16. 
D^nj/Pl m. pi., mockeries, deceptions, 

Jer. 10:15; 51:18. 
DIDVy.ri; see Dvy. 
Hlft; 'see my. 

ninjHE) ; see my. 

5|'n, D^Sfi; see P]Qj"l. 
rVWpft, hrWtfi; see 1KB. 

HliSft m. — I. apple-tree. — II. apple.— 
III. p.n.: (a) a town of Judah; (b) 
a town of Ephraim ; (c) a town 
between Ephraim and Manasseh; 
(d) the name of a man. 

D^JTlTlQfi Thiphel 1. pers. with suff., 
from pB- 

•men, -inshi for -ins^h Kai fut. with 

suff., from HStf- 
a^Bfl; see |BK. 



drunkenness. — III. was in con 

fusion, disorder.— IV. with W^VJQ, | ^§^(Arab. was unseasoned) 
'QD^P departed from the true 
worship. Niph. nyna I. was led 
astray. — II. was made to stagger. 
Hiph. njjftn (fut. apoc. y]V) I. 
caused to wander, go astray. — 
II. deceived, led astray. — III. acted 
deceitfully. 
nyiH f. — I. apostacy, Isa, 32:6. — 
II. hurt, injury, Neh. 4:2,8. 



Sjyn, ^fi p. n. of a man. 

rnwn; T see n-iy. 
n$m," n_^n ; see ri?y. 
D^y ; ri; see^y. 

HE^K; see thy. 

5-iayn ; see aay. 

TMJlBl see W. 



7Sn m.— I. that which is insipid, un 
savoury, Job 6:6. — II. insipid, 
foolish, Lam. 2:14. — III. lime, 
lime-wash for walls (Eze. only). 
?sh p. n., a place in the wilderness. 
ri?!pri f., insipidity, folly. 
nWn'-, see fe. 
rnfefl; seeffe. 
nppK; see riDB. 

«*l5fi, part. f. pi. niBB'in iea* */ie tew - 
bourine or drum, Ps. 68:26. Pi 
smite f/ie bosom, Nah. 2:8. 
5]h m. (pi. D^SPl), tambourine, drum 

**\2^y\ sew, join together. Pi. the same, 
Eze. 13:18. 

^Sn I. laid hold of, seized, with 2. 



nsn 



( 286 ) 



inn 



— II. took in war. — III. handle, 
manage the bow, fyc. — IV. carry 
on war. — V. set, enchase, Hab. 
2:19. — VI. administer the law, 
Jer. 2:8. — VII. used the name of 
God irreverently, perjured himself, 
Pro. 30:9. Niph. was taken, 
caught. Pi. took hold, Pro. 30: 
28. 

riQ'n, nnan ; see t|-in. 

w^ttlSft Ch. m. pi. emph. lawyers 

or judges, Dan. 3 : 2, 3. 
H^-^n for H^Wn Kal fut. pi., from 

njpri; see nip. 

HD^lpn, DOipn ; see D-1p. 

yjpri ;' see JJpH. 

HS-lpI-l, see 5]-1p; ^j?n, see f\pT\. 

/'QPi Ch., weighed; part. pass. ?j?fi; 
weighed; pret. fippfi Mow ari 
ti> eigTied. 

jpijl was arranged, straight. Pi. I. 
set in order. — II. made straight 
(Ecclesiastes only). 
}pn Ch., the same. Hoph. jpnri was 
set in order, established. 

ypft I. smote the hands together (for 
joy, &c). — II. thrust in, stabbed 
(of a weapon). — III. .fixed, fasten- 
ed, — iv. pitched a tent. — V. threw 
into the sea, Ex.10: 19. —VI. with 
"lQi^3,^0i^ blew a trumpet; with 
riy-'nn blew a horn. Niph. I. with 
T? strikes hands, becomes a surety, 
Job 17:3.— II. with "©1$ a trum- 
pet is blown. 
]})pT\ m., blast with a trumpet, Eze. 

7:14. 
ypJR m., the same, Ps. 150 3. 



j/lpfl p.n., Tekoa, a town of Judah, 
whence the name Jjipfi IB^P the 
wilderness of Tekoa; m. ^pfy F- 
JVypfi a Tekoite. 

t|p]Jl overpower, prevail ovei . 

P|pn Ch.— I. was strong-. — II. was vio- 
lent. Pa. made strong-. 

F|pPl m., might, power. 

P|pfi m. Ch., the same. 

nC-ipri circuit; see £)-1p. 

^ipfi m., strong, powerful, Ecc. 6:10. 

Pppn m. Ch., strong, powerful. 
n7X")fl p.n., a town of Benjamin. 

nin.'znrn Kai fut. apoc, from ran- 

T\&m t n^'B; see n31. 
bnij; seefe. 

IZD^nri Ch. quadrilitt., interpreted, 
translated; part. pass. Q2"inp, 
Ezr. 4:7. 
n)0T)ri ; see D*H 

n^rnn p.n., Tirhakah, king of Egypt 
and Ethiopia 

no-™, nn>nn ; see on 
nj?rin : ; seeyn 

nQn]|l; see NQ1. 

fflfl Niph. fut., from f *"l. 

nnft f., name of a tree, the holly. 

t : • 

rnri p.n. — I. a station of Israel in 
the wilderness. — II. the father of 
Abraham. 

n^mn p.n. of a man. 

] %, in const, nri m., PEnri f. Ch., two. 

ncnn, n*»nn ; see n^S. 

t : t • ;- 

HH I. mast of a ship. — II. flag or 
banner. 

y*lFl m. Ch. — I. entrance, door. — II 
palace (the porte). 
yiD m. Ch., door keeper. 



V 



y-in 
T t. . _ 

*r)V"]F) p.n. of a man. 

U^S*lft m. pi., Teraphim; idols of 

some kind. 
rWSlPl, Job 5:18, Kal fut. pi., from 

T nen- 

i*l¥"]n p.n. — I. one of the royal cities 
of Israel. — II. the name of a wo- 
man. 

KHfl p.n. of a Persian. 

KS^hBs see W\ 

Kngnn, with art., a title of Nehe- 
miah. 

\PT\7\ p.n., a chief of the Assyrians. 

p7T\V\ p.n., an idol of the Arvadites. 

."ttWn, K|fFI for rUKB>ri Kal fut. 
pi., from '\&m. 

np-I^Pl; seeD>£\ 

nton ; see tiw. 

'•n^fl p. n. of a man. 
pat5%; see pB>. 

nn-l^ri; see 2^. 

njjieMi ; see. w. 

flgwhi seepW. 
TVwAl seeW. 



( 287 ) inn 

^n, Deu.32: 18, fut. apoc, from iW- 
DB>£I fut., from DB»- 

y$Jn const, y^n, f. nypn const. 

nyt^n m., nine, the ninth; pi 

D^y^fl ninety. 
V^fl m., n^y^n f., the ninth. 
ftWPi Kal fut. apoc, from nnfc\ 
•inn^ Hith. fut. apoc. sing, for 

nipFOT, from nnjy. 
yn^n' kith. fut. apoc. for r-ijm^n, 

from IW. 
nn, with suff. '•nn Kal inf., from }ni 
"iann for Tianh Hith. fut., from 

- t • -t ; • 

■nn- 

nnn for nnn3 Kal pret., from jna- 
inrin Hith. fut. apoc, from Tin* 
Dnn, Dhn Kal fut., from DDn. 
^rin p.n., a Persian noble. 

ynn, ynni Kai fut. apoc, from nyn 

Ssnri, 2 Sa. 22:27, transpos. for 

^nann Hith. fut., from $ns. 
a-Vnn" e x .2-.4, for n-^nn Hith. fut., 

from n^- 
"inh, "inhl Hiph. fut. in pauae from 



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It contains in a Pocket Volume — 

I. References to all places where every Greek word in the New Testament may be 
found, — four or five constantly recurring particles excepted. 

II. All the English words and phrases by which these Greek words are rendered, 
both in the text and in the margin of the Authorised Version. 

III. The various readings of Giuesbach, Laciimann, Tischendorf, and Tregelles, 
and the recently discovered but very ancient Sinaitic Manuscript. 

IV. An index of English words, by which persons entirely uuacquainted with Greek 
can find the original term for any English word in the New Testament. 

This book is highly commended by Drs. Lightfoot, Westcott, Angus, Schaff, and 
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HOW TO USE IT. 

One need not know a word of Greek to make good use of Hudson's Greek Concor- 
dance. The Index, pp. 441 — 482, meets the needs of any intelligent student of the 
English Bible. 

Suppose one wi.-hes to know the precise meaning of the word " nurture," in the 
passage, " Bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.'' First turn to 
the Index, and look for the word, which comes in alphabetical order, in the middle of page 
465, thus : ' ' nurture, 305. " Turn then to page 305, and look over the page, noticing the 
words printed in black type, and in the middle of the second column is "nurture, 
Eph. vi. 4 ; instruction, 2 Tim. iii. 16 ; chastening. Heb. xii. 5, 7, 11 ; chastisement, 
Heb. xii. 8.' ; The Greek word stands above the English, but it need not be read to 
see that the word rendered nurture occurs six times in the New Testament ; once 
it is translated " nurture, " once " instruction," three times "chastening," and once 
"chastisement," indicating that nurtube includes the entire work of training up 
children. 

fiapkojiai. [Specimen.] TrcuSa'a. 



heavy, Matt. xxvi. 43p. Mark xiv. 
40p {Karafrapivonai G"LTTr, Kara&a- 
pio^ai S). Luke ix. 32i\ 

be burdened, 2 Cor. v. 4. 

be pressed, 2 Cor. i. 8. 

be charged, 1 Tim. v. 16. 

Add Luke xxi. 34, for fiapivomai, 
GLTTrS. 



nurture, Eph. vi. 4. 
instruction, 2 Tim. iii. 16. 
chastening, Heb. xii. o, 7, 11. 
chastisement, Heb. xii. 8. 

7rat5evT^?. 
instructor, Rom. ii. 20. 
which correcteth, Heb. xii. 9. 



Often the index, after a word, refers us to more than one page in the Concordance. 
This shows that the English word is used for more than one Greek word, and by 
referring to each page named, the entire facts will appear. All this can be done 
without knowing a letter of Greek. But by a few hours' study of the Introduction, 
page xxi., persons can learn the letters, and spell out the Greek words. And the more 
they learn of Greek the more useful the book will prove. 

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